Animal Science Extension Newsletter
eNewsletter, from Animal Sciences extension specialists
December 2015 issue of the animal science extension newsletter
animal sciences extension newsletter
Animal Science extension newsletter for June 2014.
E-Newsletter from the Animal and Veterinary Sciences Extension Specialists March 2014. Topics covered include: Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea; Should you blanket your horse?; Frequently asked questions about Expected Progeny Differences (EPD's); Wholesale Meat Prices Adjust to Consumer Demand and Tighter Supplies; The U.S. Poultry Industry Significantly Impacts the U.S. Economy.
Animal science extension quarterly newsletter
Animal Industry News Update newsletter includes information about Angus cattle; show pig feed intake; Calf to Carcass program; West Nile prevention in horses; poultry and mosquito-transferred viruses and more.
extension animal science newsletter
Newsletter from the animal science extension specialists.
Topic covered in the June 2012 Animal Industry News Update Newsletter include: Vaccinate Horses!; Swine Influenza; Benchmarking and Profitability; Reducing Winter Cox Herd Costs; Dairy Update; Fowl Pox.
Extension animal science newsletter
Topics covered in the December 2011 Animal Science Extension Newsletter include: biosecurity, show pig vaccinations, updated equine deworming protocol, cattle on feed placements and slaughter levels, cattleman's New Year's resolution, and dairy update.
September 2011, Volume 12, Issue 3 topics covered include: Common Diseases Affecting Small Poultry Flocks, Lameness in Show Pigs, Broiler Chicken Industry Situation Recap, Beef Quality Assurance Program Update, Equine Disaster Planning, Hidden Hay Dangers, Dairy Update.
Animal Industry News Update June 2011
The Animal Industry News Update is a quarterly newsletter from the animal science, veterinary science and livestock economics extension specialists of the LSU AgCenter. The purpose of this newsletter is to provide current, research-based animal industry information to county agents, 4-H agents and animal producers.
Animal Industry News Update November 2004