Excellent teaching and research facilities are available in Anthony Hall and the adjacent Meat Science Laboratory.
Specialized laboratories are set up for work in behavior and animal welfare, immunogenetics, molecular genetics, quantitative genetics, molecular reproductive endocrinology, molecular virology, meats and growth biology, protein metabolism, microbiology, forage analysis, toxicology, comparative nutrition, ruminant metabolism and reproductive physiology.
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building
The MSU Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education (PALE) is a 100,000 plus sq. ft., state-of-the-art facility containing an exhibit hall, livestock arena, auditorium and class rooms. "The Pav" is utilized for hands-on teaching, judging and evaluation, and other livestock activities.
Teaching and Research Centers for dairy cattle, beef cattle and beef cow-calf, swine, sheep, poultry, and horses are conveniently located within three miles of central campus.
Most of the farms are open to visitors during daylight hours. Please check the individual farm pages at our website https://www.canr.msu.edu/scaf/ for specific visiting info.
Other Off-campus Livestock Facilities
The Department of Animal Science incorporates its facilities into the three mission areas: teaching, research, and outreach. For more information, contact Dr. Dale Rozeboom, Associate Chair for Farm Operations and Stakeholder Relations.
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