Congratulations to the KSU ASI Livestock Judging Team for bringing home the coveted bronze bull.
The popular KSU Swine Day event was hosted online November 18 and 19. Presentation videos and 2020 Swine Day Research Report now posted.
The K-State ASI Meat Lab is now accepting orders for holiday meat. Place your Christmas ham or turkey order by Wednesday, Dec. 2. The KSU Meat Lab continues to offer weekly curbside meat sales. This week place orders before 10 a.m. Thursday and pick up on Friday afternoon or Tuesday, Nov. 24. Please note the KSU Meat Lab will be closed Nov. 25-29 for Thanksgiving.
The Call Hall Dairy Bar Holiday Gift Boxes are also now available. Visit the Dairy Bar Web site to download a brochure or pick one up at either Call Hall location.
Watch the October 2020 edition of "KSU ASI Headlines":
Sunday, Oct. 11, KSU ASI and LMIC honored Kelly & Marcie Lechtenberg and family with the 2020 Don L. Good Impact Award.
A team of K-State researchers, including ASI/FSI Drs. Randy Phebus, Sara Gragg, Valentina Trinetta, Jeanette Thurston and doctoral candidate Daniel Vega, is using a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture — and an additional grant from the state of Kansas — to study how to effectively control the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in the nation's meat and poultry processing facilities.
KSU ASI Associate Professor Travis O'Quinn was presented the Distinguished Achievement Award for 2020 by the American Meat Science Association.
Katie Lybarger and Hannah Williams, both KSU ASI seniors, were presented the 2020 Undergraduate Scholastic Achievement Award by the American Meat Science Association.
K-State ASI Professors Mike Tokach and Jason Woodworth were presented American Society of Animal Science awards July 20 and 21.
Due to COVID-19 this year's K-State ASI Family & Friends reunion has been cancelled. A virtual awards presentation to honor this year's Don Good Impact Award Winner — Kelly & Marcie Lechtenberg and family — is being planned.
Due to COVID-19 this year's Family & Friends reunion has been cancelled.
Animal Sciences and Industry graduate students recognized for scholastic achievement, research and teaching.
Congratulations to Kaylee Farmer and Ryan Maurer winners of the Spring 2020 ASI Undergraduate Research Awards.
Cole Liggett, Dennison, Ohio, is the the 2020 Don & Jane Good Outstanding Senior.
Houghton Named Kansas Stockman of the Year
Founder of Heartland Cattle Co. and K-State ASI Family and Friends Reunion Chairman Patsy Houghton was recognized March 5 during the 2020 K-State Stockmen's Dinner.K-State Animal Science Students Compete in Academic Quadrathlon
A total of 16 teams competed to represent K-State at the regional competition during the Midwest Society of Animal Science meetings. Members of the champion team are Michaela Musselman, Katie Lybarger, Damon Smith and Anna Behrens..Lorna Marshall Named 2019 K-State Animal Sciences & Industry Distinguished Alumnus
The 2019 Animal Sciences and Industry Distinguished Alumnus is an industry-leading authority in the beef artificial insemination (AI) business.Horse Judging Team First in History to Win Both APHA, AQHA
KSU ASI Horse Judging Team captures two world titles.Kansas Livestock Association Presented Don L. Good Impact Award
K-State ASI alumni and friends reunite during fifth annual Family & Friends Reunion.Foreign Animal Disease in the Feed Industry: What are the Risks, and What Can We Do?
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.Day Named KSU ASI Department Head
Mike Day brings strong background in animal science research and teaching.K-State Animal Sciences Receives "Friends of Cats' Cupboard" Award
ASI Department partners with on-campus food pantry, Cats' Cupboard, to promote animal protein and support students in need.Download the KSU ASI app
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.