Penn State's Collegiate Cattlewomen and Block and Bridle Clubs joined to promote the importance of animal products in the diet.
Seventeen undergraduates traveled to France for an insider's view of the thriving equine industry.
Kamat, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Animal Science, is a member of the graduate program in immunology and infectious disease.
A one-day workshop on effective feed management is scheduled for May 8 at the Farm and Home Center, Lancaster.
On April 30, dairy producers, managers and herdsmen can learn negotiating strategies to be more effective.
Penn State's Dairy Challenge team representing the Department of Animal Science earned a first place award at the contest held in Fort Wayne, IN.
Penn State Dairy Science Club hosts OsteoChallenge with 45 runners and walkers participating to raise funds.
Department of Animal Science's Dale Olver has been recognized for his outstanding work with students, encouraging and teaching.
Students gained a better understanding of the thriving Germany poultry industry in visits to the University of Vechta, broiler and layer farms, research facilities and businesses that support the industry.
The Penn State Extension Dairy Team is offering the two-day certificate program for current and beginning dairy workers.
Field Day intended to introduce producers, herdsmen and dairy representatives to on-farm culturing to help make proactive mastitis treatment decisions.
Seven free webinars will have a production-oriented focus.
Students continued a winning tradition at the National College Beef Quiz Bowl in Nashville.
The Poultry Science Club received multiple recognitions, and three members were honored for their outstanding achievements at the USPOULTRY College Student Career Program.
Penn State's Extension Dairy Team is offering four workshops for dairy producers; registration is still available and participants can choose to register with supplies for culturing included and without supplies.
Penn State Extension Dairy Team offers training in on-farm culturing to improve income and decrease cost of treatment for mastitis.
The new mobile app, CropCents, may be used effectively by crop, dairy and beef producers.
This webinar series on beef production topics will be offered online or at various Penn State Extension offices throughout the state, and will feature topics of current interest.
The hands-on workshop is designed for English-speaking milkers and managers to help implement consistent milking practices to increase productivity and profitability.
PSU judging team competes in the collegiate judging contest at the National Western Stock Show in Denver.