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May 27 the KSU ASI Swine Nutrition Team hosted an open house at the new KSU Farrowing Facility. The new building and equipment will give students experience with facilities that closely represent what they will see in their future workplace.
The KSU ASI Poultry and Gamebird Center is once again hosting its annual spring pullet sale. The 2021 birds are all brown hybrids that lay brown eggs. They are highly productive, consume less feed than standard breeds, and will come fully vaccinated and almost ready-to-lay. The birds will be 16+ weeks old, and should be ready to adjust to the new home just before producing their first egg.
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.
Congratulations to Katie Lybarger for being selected the 2021 Don & Jane Good Outstanding Senior.
ASI graduate students recognized for scholastic achievement, research and teaching.
Congratulations to Jasmin Choate, Kate Lewis, Trace Mulligan, Trinity Pfaff, Christy Vavra and Kathleen Wardman winners of the Spring 2021 ASI Undergraduate Research Awards.
K-State has six place in top 10.
Dr. Joann Kouba, ASI associate professor, has been awarded the 2021 Dr. Susan Ariola Bosco Putting Students First Award.
Dr. Karol Fike, ASI teaching associate professor, has been awarded the prestigious 2021 Mark and Eva Gardiner Innovation and Excellence Faculty Award.
KSU team places third at Midwest ASAS competition.
Research review focuses on managing nutrient intake during weaning stages.
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.
Sunday, Oct. 11, KSU ASI and LMIC honored Kelly & Marcie Lechtenberg and family with the 2020 Don L. Good Impact Award.
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.