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29
Jun
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Animal Frontiers focuses on GMO crops

By Dr. Michael Azain, ASAS Public Policy Committee

The theme of the April 2017 issue of Animal Frontiers was “GMO Crops in Animal Nutrition.” Articles in this issue provide an excellent update and review of the history and future of GM crops, a review of studies where GM crops have been fed to livestock and the methods of assessing their safety, the potential for use of gene editing technology in livestock, and the politicization of food security. Read more »

17
Apr
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New Animal Frontiers available

The April 2017 issue of Animal Frontiers is now available online. The theme of the issue is “GMO Crops in Animal Nutrition.” View the Table of Contents. Visit the Animal Frontiers Archives.

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17
Feb
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Topics wanted for next WIANF

February 18, 2016 – The next World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding is being planned for 2017, and WIANF is requesting suggestions for topics of special interest in the field of animal nutrition. Read more »

14
May

FASS-AFIA New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award

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NOMINATE YOUR COLLEAGUE TODAY!
DEADLINE APPROACHING-MAY 22

The deadline to nominate colleagues for the FASS-AFIA New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award is quickly approaching. The award is designed to stimulate, acknowledge, and reward pioneering and innovative research relevant to the nutrition of animals that benefits mankind and the nutritional value of foods from animals. Read more »

24
Apr

FASS-AFIA call for nominations

FASSCall for Nominations

Subject: Call for Nominations for FASS-AFIA New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award

From: Dr. Michael Lilburn, President-Elect, FASS

I am writing to invite you to nominate colleagues for the FASS-AFIA New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award. The award is designed to stimulate, acknowledge, and reward pioneering and innovative research relevant to the nutrition of animals that benefits mankind and the nutritional value of foods from animals. The award will be presented at the meeting of choice of the award winner (during the ADSA-ASAS Joint Annual Meeting or PSA Annual Meeting) in the summer of 2014. Read more »