Sixteen Animal Science students traveled to Washington, D.C. in September, meeting with Congressional representatives and industry leaders.
Block and Bridle Club welcomes new members; will host Calf Sale on October 19.
Penn State Extension Dairy Team teaches accounting principles in a series of webinar modules and a hands-on workshop.
Dr. Thomas C. Jenkins, professor emeritus at Clemson University, will be honored at a departmental ceremony on October 25.
The series will help producers improve production through effective use of dairy farm records.
The Open House will be held October 23-24 at the University Park Campus and will enable prospective students to attend a class, tour the campus and learn to know faculty and students.
Extension Dairy Team offers hands-on workshop taught in Spanish to help producers and employees understand the importance of consistent milking practices.
Penn State's Extension Dairy Team is offering two programs on using precision technologies for maximum efficiency on dairy farms.
Free Online Webinars Cover Topics from Housing to Nutrition and Robotic Milking
A new addition to the Nutrition Workshop will be a hands-on session geared for dairy producers held on November 11.
Twenty students and eight faculty in the Department of Animal Science were part of the 2013 student industry tour to see first hand several successful agricultural enterprises.
Dr. Campbell will work closely with Pennsylvania's meat industry.
Sponsored by the Penn State Extension Dairy Team, the conference will feature a keynote speaker, breakout sessions and a panel discussion.
Penn State's Extension Dairy Team offers a workshop for consultants focused on cash flow planning.
Ohio native Ben Williamson has been named Instructor in the Department of Animal Science; will teach, coach and work with adult and 4-H Extension Animal Science teams.
DairyCentsPRO - Producer Version is a mobile app that allows dairy producers to enter farm-specific information and get information on profitability.
Heinrichs recognized at the American Dairy Science Association Meeting in July for his work with dairy extension.
The Club won outstanding chapter, was first in club website and second in yearbook. Seven members participated in the national meeting.
Penn State Animal Science Students took first place in the second year of the contest, after winning first last year in the quiz bowl portion of the four-part competition.