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    Oct
    12
    More animal science news


    Here are some recent headlines showcasing animal science in the news.

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    Oct
    12
    Image of the Week


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    In grow-finish systems, pigs are fed for about 5 or 6 months from weaning until they are at market weight.

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    Oct
    12
    Southern Section symposium preview


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    Meet Dr. David Lalman, one of the invited speakers for the Bill Kunkle Beef Symposium.

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    Oct
    12
    The latest from TAS


    Two articles were added this week to the First Look section of Translational Animal Science.

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    Oct
    09
    Dr. Gary Cromwell inducted into Animal and Food Sciences Hall of Fame


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    Dr. Gary Cromwell was inducted into the University of Kentucky Animal and Food Sciences Hall of Fame on Friday, October 6.

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    Oct
    09
    More animal science news


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    Here are some recent headlines we found that showcase animal scientists making the news.

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    Oct
    09
    A look back in JAS history


    Food security is a popular topic today, but feeding a growing world population also was a concern during the early years of JAS.

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    Oct
    09
    New content in TAS


    New content has been posted in the First Look section of Translational Animal Science.

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    Oct
    09
    Southern Section: Call for Grad Student Representative


    Nominations for incoming Southern Section Graduate Student Representative due today!

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    Oct
    05
    Endowed Graduate Scholarship Created in the Name of Kees de Lange


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    The memory of Cornelis (Kees) F.M. de Lange, University of Guelph swine nutrition professor and life long member of both the American Society of Animal Science and the Canadian Society of Animal Science, is being honored by the creation of an endowed graduate scholarship in swine nutrition at the University of Guelph.

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    Oct
    05
    Join us in Vancouver in 2018


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    Information about the 2018 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting and Trade show

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    Oct
    05
    Dr. Linda Martin recognized by FSLI and new role at University of Tennessee


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    The American Society of Animal Science would like to take a moment to share news about a former ASAS Board Member.

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    Oct
    05
    Science and art collide: The ASAS Image Gallery


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    This weeks image submitted by Dr. Greg Lardy.

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    Oct
    05
    More news in animal science


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    Animal science and ASAS members making news!

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    Oct
    05
    ASAS and CSAS team up with WAAP to host the 2018 WCAP meeting


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    ASAS and CSAS are excited to announce that in coordination with World Association of Animal Production (WAAP), we will host the next World Congress on Animal Production (WCAP) meeting in Vancouver directly ahead of the 2018 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting and Trade Show.

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    Oct
    05
    Southern Section abstracts due tomorrow, Friday, October 6


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    Southern Section Abstracts Due Friday!

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    Oct
    05
    Guidelines for the ADSA/ASAS Midwest Young Scholars


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    How to apply to be a Midwest Young Scholar!

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    Oct
    05
    Southern and Midwest Awards Now Open For Submissions


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    Nominations for the 2018 Southern and Midwest Section Meetings are now being accepted.

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    Oct
    03
    FFAR awards $1 million to UNL researchers


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    FFAR awards $1 million grant to University of Nebraska to develop integrated livestock and crop production systems.

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    Oct
    03
    NDSU research improves beef cattle production


    Find out what beef cattle researchers at North Dakota State University are doing to make that happen.

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