Penn State's Poultry Science Club was recognized as the top club in the country at the 2015 International Poultry and Processing Exposition in Atlanta; Hannah Misner was second in member of the year competition.
The Penn State Dairy Science Club and Alpha Zeta Fraternity will host a benefit for the Burdette and Stiles families, who suffered a tragic house fire last May.
Penn State teams have won the contest, held at the Cattle Industry Convention and National Cattlemen's Beef Association, twelve times.
Extension Dairy Team offers workshops on Advance Cash Flow for those who previously have completed cash flows for their operations.
Return for second training for senior managers of Fuyuan Farms in Wuqiang County.
Brian Egan, instructor of Equine Science in the Department of Animal Science, received the Paul R. and Joan M. Shellenberger Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Department of Animal Science's Dr. Nancy Dreschel is recognized by the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Appropriate job descriptions communicate the image of a well-managed business and can be useful in a very competitive labor market.
Penn State Extension Dairy Team and Center for Dairy Excellence created publications to help producers detect and correct problems early.
Penn State Extension Dairy Team is hosting a series of webinars teaching agricultural accounting principles using QuickBooks software.
Animal Science students can apply for unique program beginning in 2015.
Workshops will focus on learning successful negotiation strategies for positive interactions.
Pennsylvania's Avian Bowl team placed second overall and the Poultry Judging team placed fourth overall.
Collegiate Chapter member William H. Ziemendorf will participate in the national competition in February.
Dairy Team and Extension Veterinary Team offer program on Dairy Obstetrics and Calf Sense for new and experienced dairymen.
Three online seminars focus on grazing for dairy systems. The first is December 10; register by December 9.
Penn State students on first place teams were Brandon Grumbine, Bethel, PA and Gearet FitzPatrick, Kensington, MD.
Isaac Haagen was top individual in contest which featured participation by seven universities.
Three-day workshop was designed for senior managers of large dairy operations to learn how to implement successful management practices.
Chandler will be honored at a Department of Animal Science ceremony on November 7 for his significant contributions and innovative leadership.