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for the responsible use of animals to enhance human life and well-being.Join ASAS
Don't forget to register for the Northeast ASAS/ADSA poster competition!
Don't miss out on the opportunity to nominate a deserving colleague for an award!
A recent study published in the August 2019 edition of the Journal of Animal Science has demonstrated that cellular development in muscle differs between Angus steers from low and high muscle score selection lines.
A recent study in the Journal of Animal Science investigated the influence of dietary butyrate supplementation on muscle fiber-type composition and mitochondrial biogenesis of finishing pigs.
A recent study published in the Journal of Animal Science has shown that calves only need one sprint per week to experience increased bone strength.
The ASAS office would like to help keep you organized. Take a peek at the upcoming dates for the section meetings.
Take a peek at whats happening during the 2019 Northeast Section meeting in Hershey, PA.
Check out the September Highlight on Animal Smart and learn about feeding pigs! Also, don't forget to sign your child/students up to be Jr. Animal Scientists!
A recent article published in Translational Animal Science evaluated the efficacy of using sheep as a digestibility model for cattle.
Membership is open to individuals, organizations, or firms interested in research and application, instruction, or extension in animal science or associated with the production, processing, marketing, or distribution of livestock and livestock products.Learn More
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