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    Nov
    21
    Animal science news


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    Tarleton State University is hosting its first-ever Academic Quadrathlon.

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    Nov
    21
    Abstract submission now open for WCAP


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    The abstract submission site for the 12th World Conference on Animal Production (WCAP) is open!

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    Nov
    21
    Meet the speakers


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    Dr. Adegbola Adesogan (University of Florida) is one of the invited speakers of the SERA 041 Symposium, to be held at the 2018 Southern Section Meeting.

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    Nov
    21
    2018 Western Section meeting


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    Registration and housing are now open for the 2018 Western Section meeting.

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    Nov
    16
    Annual Meeting abstract submissions open


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    ASAS and CSAS have moved to a new submission website. The site will provide an enhanced submission and review experience.

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    Nov
    16
    Save the date!


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    The next ASAS Snack & Fact briefing is Monday, December 4, in Washington, D.C.

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    Nov
    16
    NIFA Listens: Investing in Science to Transform Lives


    Animal Scientists, your input describing agricultural priorities is needed by December 1.

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    Nov
    16
    Image of the Week


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    This week's image from the Animal Science Image Gallery shows cattle grazing fall seeded turnips.

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    Nov
    14
    Renew your ASAS membership!


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    Membership is based on the calendar year (January 1 through December 31). Renew today. Great benefits await!

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    Nov
    13
    November JAS now online


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    The November 2017 issue of the Journal of Animal Science is now available online.

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    Nov
    13
    Kunkle Symposium preview


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    Meet Dr. Ryon Walker, an invited speaker at the 2018 Southern Section Kunkle Beef Symposium.

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    Nov
    13
    New in TAS


    Translational Animal Science
    New content is available in the Just Published section of Translational Animal Science.

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    Nov
    13
    TAS editor applications due today


    Submit names of individuals who you feel should be considered for this position, self-nominate for consideration, and/or submit a formal application.

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    Nov
    09
    Image of the Week


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    This week's image from the Animal Science Image Gallery shows denuded in vitro matured bovine oocytes.

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    Nov
    09
    Preview of Midwest equine symposium


    The symposium will focus on "Innovative approaches to reach equine audiences." It will be held during the 2018 Midwest Meeting.

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    Nov
    09
    Past ASAS president celebrates career milestone


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    Past ASAS president, Dr. Greg Lardy, is celebrating 20 years with North Dakota State University Animal Sciences.

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    Nov
    09
    Sheep in the news...


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    Here are some interesting articles we found during a quick scan of our news' sources.

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    Nov
    07
    Update on transition to OUP


    Oxford University Press begins hosting our journals on Jan. 1, 2018, but there are several items related to the transition that membership and authors must know.

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    Nov
    07
    WCAP session to focus on antibiotic resistance


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    Don't miss this session at the 2018 World Conference on Animal Production (WCAP), to be held in July 2018 in Vancouver, Canada.

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    Nov
    07
    Southern Section members


    Important deadlines are approaching for the 2018 Southern Section Meeting, including award nominations, which are due November 8, 2017!

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