Michigan State University animal geneticist Juan Steibel is leading a group of researchers to develop methods to breed pigs that are less aggressive.
Dr. Brian Nielsen received the American Feed Industries Association Equine Nutrition Research Award at the Equine Science Society 2017 Annual Symposium.
Jonas de Souza, graduate student in the Department of Animal Science, was awarded the global graduate student winner of the Alltech Young Scientist Competition.
The CANR Staff Advisory Committee (SAC) announces our Support Staffer of the Month award winner, Debbie Roman nominated by Sandy Bailey, FO and Janice Swanson, Chairperson of Animal Science.
Dr. Keith Latham and colleagues have demonstrated for the first time in the US effectiveness of gene editing using CRISPR/Cas9 technology in rhesus monkey embryos.
The 2017 Animal Science Graduate Student Award winners were announced today. Congratulations go out to Deborah Velez, Paige Stanley, Kaitlyn Daza, and Martin Carrasquillo-Mangual!
View the new video highlighting the collaborative efforts between the Department of Animal Science and the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences.
A new video, "Finding new purpose in feeding pigs," produced by Spartan Be Green, shows the work of undergraduate researcher Joseph Lutz and Dr. Dale Rozeboom.
Dr. James Ireland was recently awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health and United States Department of Agriculture to study fertility treatments in women...by using cows.