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The ADSA Graduate Student Division invites you to the most recent installment of the Pioneers in Dairy Science webinar series.
The DUMPS Story: Serendipity in Dairy Science
Drs. Roger D. Shanks and James L. Robinson
As an added bonus, the webinar has been approved for one (1) ARPAS CEU!
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More than 1 million cattle from 27 states and 10 countries represented at annual event, hosted by producer members.
An international team of researchers have demonstrated that feeding a compound known as 3-nitrooxypropanol (3-NOP) could reduce ruminant methane emissions without any apparent negative effects.
Baileys Coffee Creamers, manufacture under license by HP Hood, Lynnfield, Mass., added a hazelnut caramel blondie flavor to its nonalcoholic dairy creamer line.
While yogurt sales increased a bit; those of other cultured dairy products, like yogurt drinks, kefir and cottage cheese, are seeing greater sales growth.
Seven years ago Tim and Roy Koons-McGee opened up one ice cream parlor in Louisville, Ky. This year they are on pace to have 11 scoop shops and 300 grocery stores carrying pints of their super-premium ice cream.
Why is the JAM ending after the 2016 Meeting?
In response to ongoing discussions, I want to reaffirm that ADSA remains fixed upon sustaining and continuing the Joint Annual Meeting (JAM)...
What is the JDS Endowment Fund?
The purpose of the JDS Endowment fund is to produce investment income to replace member page charges (currently $85/page), thereby eliminating the financial burden on members who publish...
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