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The Dr. Orville Bentley Appreciation Club is our first ever Appreciation Club to be founded by a section. The ASAS Midwest Section and ADSA Midwestern Branch used reserve funds to create this mini-endowment that is being used to establish a distinguished lectureship at the Midwest meetings. The Inaugural Bentley Lectureship was help in 2013 and had 400 people in attendance.

Value of club as of 8/2018: $19,833


Bentley Lecture and Lunch

Long-term immune and metabolic consequences of a disrupted early life microbiota. B. Willing


Bentley Lecture and Lunch

Vitamin Nutrition in the 21st Century Dr. Theo van Kempen, Trouw Nutrition and North Carolina State University


Bentley Lecture and Lunch

Pain Management in Livestock: Understanding the Views of Producers and Veterinarians. Dr. Kenny Rutherford, Scotland’s Rural College



Dietary strategies to ameliorate the physiological effects of heat stress in livestock. Dr. Frank Dunshea, The University of Melborne


Bentley Lecture

Production and quality of exotic meats produced input agricultural systems. Dr. louw hoffman, Distinguished Professor in Meat Science, DSt/NRF South African Research Chair in Meat Science Genomics to Nutriomics, Department of Animal Sciences, Faculty of AgriSciences, Stellenbosch university


Bentley Lecture

Fat Deposition And Meat Quality In Food Animals. Jeff Wood, Professor Emeritus, Bristol University, UK


Bentley Lecture

Promoting Immunity and performance of young pigs during early life. Professor Denise Kelly, RINH, Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aber-deen, Foresterhill, Aberdeen, Scotland

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