KSU ASI Headlines — December Edition
Annual event updates and informs dairy producers and allied industry on hot topics and findings from research projects relevant to the Kansas dairy industry.
'Staying Competitive in the Swine Industry' is the theme for annual conference.
Seminar series will focus on management and profit strategies for beef producers and allow producers to ask questions of their local, district and state extension specialists.
Kansas 4-H and FFA youth are invited to Junior Swine and Junior Meat Goat Days at Kansas State University to learn more about production and management of both species.
Kansas State University seeks nominations and applications for the position of Head, Department of Animal Sciences and Industry.
High school students can apply now for the Kansas State University Animal Sciences Leadership Academy's 2019 class.
The ASI Analytical Lab in Weber 202 was renamed December 14 the Ben E. Brent Analytical Lab.
Congratulations to Keayla Harr, Lilli Heinen, Mary Markland and Yu Shin Wang winners of the Fall 2018 ASI Undergraduate Research Awards.
The 2018 Animal Sciences and Industry Distinguished Alumnus is an industry-leading authority in steam pasteurization of beef carcasses.
K-State ASI alumni and friends re-connect during fourth annual Family & Friends Reunion.
Looking for information about AFSV in feed? Check out KSUSwine.org for resources to answer your questions.
The KSU Beef Team hosted the 2018 K-State Ranching Summit August 15. The theme of the program was "Beef 2030 – Pursuing technology, transparency and profitability."
Dr. Michael Chao is a new assistant professor in the Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry. Michael is a meat scientist with research interests in meat lipidomic and developing niche meat processing techniques to serve the needs of domestic-ethnic and international markets.
Joel DeRouchey, ASI professor, was presented the Extension Award by the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) on July 9 at the 2018 ASAS Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada.
Six student participate in K-State Animal Sciences Leadership Academy Premier Program July 11-13 in Southwest Kansas.
Students from across the country participated in an immersive livestock and leadership learning experience at Kansas State University and immersive dairy learning experience in southwest Kansas.
Animal Sciences and Industry graduate students recognized for scholastic achievement, research and teaching.
Ken Odde, former ASI department head and current professor, was presented the Jay B. Dillingham Award for Agricultural Leadership and Excellence Award by the Agricultural Business Council of Kansas City on May 15.
K-State Animal Sciences and Industry students earn national title for the third year in a row.
Leah Scholz, Lancaster, Kansas, was recognized as the 2018 Don & Jane Good Outstanding Senior during the 2018 ASI Judging Team Reunion.
K-State Animal Sciences and Industry is Home to Champions
Five ASI student teams win national recognition this year.
The K-State ASI app allows users to search for educational events and activities hosted by the department. Users can view schedules and download resources as well as access directions and points of interest. The app also includes access to online educational tools and news.