Hosted annually to update and inform dairy producers and allied industry on hot topics and findings from research projects relevant to the Kansas dairy industry, this year's Kansas Dairy Days will be hosted in Whiteside on Wednesday, Jan. 22, and Seneca Thursday, Jan. 23. The 2019 Dairy Report is also online.
'Staying Competitive in the Swine Industry' is the theme for the K-State conference.
Kansas 4-H and FFA youth are invited to Junior Beef on February 29 and Junior Sheep Producer Day on March 14.
Mark your calendars to be in Manhattan on March 5 and 6 for the 2020 Stockmen's Dinner, Cattlemen's Day and Legacy Sale.
High school students can apply now for the K-State Animal Sciences Leadership Academy's 2020 class.
Watch the December 2019 edition of "KSU ASI Headlines":
Congratulations to Nicole Stafford, Jenna Kibler, Macie Reeb and Kylie Perez winners of the Fall 2019 ASI Undergraduate Research Awards.
The 2019 Animal Sciences and Industry Distinguished Alumnus is an industry-leading authority in the beef artificial insemination (AI) business.
KSU ASI Horse Judging Team captures two world titles.
K-State to host seven events around Kansas.
K-State ASI alumni and friends reunite during fifth annual Family & Friends Reunion.
K-State Applied Swine Nutrition team members recently released an article that was featured on the front cover of the June 2019 issue of Feedstuffs magazine, which highlighted options for feed manufacturers as they work to minimize the risk of foreign animal disease entry into the United States.
Three animal sciences and industry students won awards at the American Society of Animal Science annual meeting in Austin, Texas. Allianna Mitchell, Olivia Harrison and Jenna Chance swept the top three placings in the Undergraduate Research Competition.
Six student participate in K-State Animal Sciences Leadership Academy Premier Program July 10-12 in Southwest Kansas.
Drs. Robert Goodband, Cassie Jones and KC Olson, ASI professors, were presented awards by the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) on July 9 at the 2019 ASAS Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas.
Students from across the country participated in an immersive livestock and leadership learning experience.
Animal Sciences and Industry graduate students recognized for scholastic achievement, research and teaching.
Mike Day brings strong background in animal science research and teaching.
Keayla Harr, Jeromesville, Ohio, was recognized as the 2019 Don & Jane Good Outstanding Senior during the 2019 ASI Judging Team Reunion.
ASI Department partners with on-campus food pantry, Cats' Cupboard, to promote animal protein and support students in need.
Cassie Jones, K-State ASI associate professor, and other K-State students and alumni were recognized in Omaha.
Interested in accessing the latest recommendations regarding swine nutrition? Go to KSUSwine.org to access the new Swine Nutrition Guide and other swine nutrition resources.
National Cattlemen's Beef Association Vice President and recently retired Pratt Feeders General Manager Jerry Bohn was recognized February 28 during Stockmen's Dinner.
K-State ASI department honors former department head Jack Riley renaming the newly renovated Weber Hall Lounge in his memory.
The ASI Analytical Lab in Weber 202 was renamed December 14 the Ben E. Brent Analytical Lab.
Looking for information about AFSV in feed? Check out KSUSwine.org for resources to answer your questions.
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