Lock and Opgenorth Recognized at ADSA Meeting
Congratulations Adam Lock (American Feed Industry Association Award) and Julie Opgenorth (second place in the ADSA Graduate Student (MS) Production Oral Competition)!
Adam Lock, associate professor, received the American Feed Industry Association Award at the American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting in June. The purpose of the award is to stimulate research in dairy cattle nutrition, and recipients must have made a worthy contribution to research of dairy cattle nutrition within the ten (10) calendar years immediately prior to the year of the award.
Overall Press release: https://www.adsa.org/Portals/0/SiteContent/Docs/About/2019_winners/2019_Overall_Release_ed.pdf
Julie Opgenorth, graduate student advised by Mike Vandehaar, placed second in the ADSA Graduate Student (MS) Production Oral Competition at the ADSA annual meeting. Her presentation was titled "Colostrum supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids and α-tocopherol decreases indicators of oxidative stress and alters plasma fatty acid profile in newborn calves during the first week of life". Co-authors included L. M. Sordillo and M. J. VandeHaar.