2005 Livestock Judging Team

2005 Livestock Judging Team

Accomplishments

No time for horsing around: Students prep for annual quarter horse sale

The 17th annual Penn State Equine Science Showcase and Quarter Horse Sale will take place Saturday, April 27, at the Snider Agricultural Arena at University Park.

Student workers receive hands-on experience with deer at Penn State center

Penn State's Deer Research Center introduces students to industry regulations and inspections while working in a captive wildlife facility.

Penn State Prime: The Meat Lab is a Friday destination for many foodies, even as it trains the next generation of industry leaders

The Penn State Meats Laboratory offers fresh, specialty meat products as well as practical experience to students.

Student workers receive hands-on experience with deer at Penn State center

Penn State’s Deer Research Center, commonly referred to as “the deer pens,” has been an endearing part of many students’ college experiences since the 1970s, providing a one-of-a-kind opportunity for hands-on learning about one of the state’s most recognizable mammals.

Penn State Livestock Judging Team learns the value of evaluation

As members of the Penn State Livestock Judging Team, several students in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences have been putting their knowledge of animal form and function to the test this semester at national competitions.

Penn State Wins Overall at 2019 NESA Competition

Eight teams with students from the Block and Bridle and Dairy Science Club competed and took first, second, third, fifth, seventh and tenth overall.

Little I Livestock Expo offers unparalleled showing experience for students

Little I and Dairy Expo will be held on April 6 at the Snider Ag Arena at University Park.

Little I Livestock Expo offers unparalleled showing experience for students

Penn State Block and Bridle Club members are gearing up for one of their favorite events, the 102nd Little International Livestock Exposition — also known as Little I — a yearly event that gives students hands-on experience showing beef and dairy cattle, swine, horses and sheep from the University’s on-campus farms.

Garrison Named Penn State Animal Science Distinguished Alumnus

He will be honored during the Little I/Dairy Expo Weekend, April 5 and 6 at University Park.

College of Agricultural Sciences faculty member named distinguished professor

Penn State's Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs has named Alexander Hristov, professor of dairy nutrition in the College of Agricultural Sciences, as a distinguished professor. Hristov is an internationally recognized scholar in livestock greenhouse gas mitigation and production and in amino acid nutrition of dairy cows.

Department of Animal Science Faculty Member Named Distinguished Professor

Alexander N. Hristov, Ph.D., P.A.S. recognized for his accomplishments in research, teaching and service.

Anaerobic digester will enhance nutrient management at Penn State farms

An anaerobic digester being constructed as part of the Department of Animal Science’s renovation project at its farms is a part of its total nutrient management program that will also support Penn State’s sustainability goals.

Tara Felix Receives National Recognition

Felix is a recipient of the 2018 North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Teaching Award of Merit.

College of Ag Sciences senior gets a 'kick' out of Penn State Horse Barn living
College of Ag Sciences senior gets a 'kick' out of Penn State Horse Barn living

When Paulina Oleinik, a senior in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, started her college career at the University's Altoona campus, she had no idea that one day she would call a horse barn her home.

Move Forward Smartly with Manure Application

Weather challenges have influenced application; high-risk winter applications require special considerations.

Livestock producers, consumers may be affected by cell-cultured meat regulations

U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture will share oversight of the cellular-based meat industry

College of Agricultural Sciences faculty members honored for teaching excellence

Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences has recognized six faculty members for outstanding teaching in 2018.

Annual, biological rhythms govern milk production in dairy cows
Penn State scientists among leaders in carbon cycle assessment

Researchers develop first carbon budget for North American coastal waters

Annual, biological rhythms govern milk production in dairy cows

The amount and composition of milk produced by dairy cows appears to be more regulated by internal, annual biological rhythms than by environmental factors such as heat and humidity, according to Penn State researchers who studied more than a decade of production records from herds across the country.

Livestock producers, consumers may be affected by cell-cultured meat regulations

According to a team of Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences livestock experts and food scientists focused on cellular agriculture, the progress of this technology requires thorough evaluation and discussion to address the multitude of questions surrounding it.

American Lamb Goes to College

Penn State students enjoyed lamb entrees in dining halls.

Raising awareness of beef and dairy industries is goal of Collegiate Cattlewomen

Members become more educated stewards of animal agriculture through community service, public awareness events and fundraisers.

Raising awareness of beef and dairy industries is goal of Collegiate Cattlewomen

The Penn State Collegiate Cattlewomen club is dedicated to raising public awareness about the beef and dairy industries while helping its members become more educated stewards of animal agriculture through community service, public awareness events and fundraisers.

Penn State Animal Science Students Participate in Dairy Challenge

Six students joined 119 students in innovative, three-day educational competition, working in mixed-university teams.

North American Dairy Challenge Honors Larry Muller with Founders Award

Award was presented posthumously at the Dairy Cattle Nutrition Conference held in Pennsylvania.

Penn State Poultry Judging Team Places Second at National Collegiate Contest

Team Member Katie Sondericker tied for first place individual overall; team also placed first in Breed Selection and Carcass Quality Division and fourth in Egg Production and Quality Division.

Giddy up: Newly formed equine alumni group looks forward to continued growth

The Equine Alumni Affiliate Program Group is one of the newest official affiliates of the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Society.

Penn State Animal Science Students Meet with Congressional Leaders

As part of their Advanced Beef Production Class, students traveled to Washington, D.C. and learned more about issues facing the beef industry and how to effectively communicate with elected representatives.