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Southern Section Abstract book now online

The 2017 Abstract book for the Annual Meeting of the Southern Section, American Society of Animal Science is now available online in .pdf format. The abstract book will be available in a searchable .html format on the JAS website in a few weeks.

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Articles available in First Look

In early November, ASAS began collecting submissions for our inaugural issue of Translational Animal Scienceand we are excited to announce that we already have 6 papers through review and available in First Look. Read more

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Calendar of events

Mark your calendars!

Here is a list of upcoming agricultural and animal science-related events that you may want to attend. Share your event by sending an email to

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WSASAS nominations wanted

Western Section ASAS members: Please nominate your colleagues for a WSASAS award. Nominations also are being accepted for the WSASAS Young Scholar Recognition Program. Read more »


WSASAS: Submit Young Scholar nominations

The 2017 Western Section meeting will be held June 20-23, 2017 in Fargo, North Dakota at the Fargo Dome. Nominations for the Young Scholar Recognition Program are now being accepted. Read more »

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Submit annual meeting abstracts

Abstract submission is open for the 2017 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting, to be held July 8-12, 2017 in Baltimore, Md.

Abstracts must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. PST (Pacific Standard Time) on March 1, 2017. Read more »


Opportunities to give

Looking for a way to show financial support for animal science? Here are some options:

Donate to the new Midwest memorial awards in honor of Dr. Don Mahan and Dr. Kees de Lange. Continue reading…

Sign up a child, family, or classroom/group for a Jr. Animal Scientist subscription! Continue reading…

Donate to our newest Appreciation Club: the Ronald D. Randel Appreciation Club. Continue reading…


The gift of animal science

Jr. Animal Scientist membership is a great gift for the children in your life! The Jr. Animal Scientist magazine features eye-catching animal photos, fun activities and articles about a specific aspect of animal science. For example, the November 2016 issue focuses on animal science jobs. Read more »