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Corporate Sustaining Member dues are $1,000.00
Corporate Sustaining membership includes professional membership for your representative. Your representative will have electronic access to JDS (and a paper copy for an additional fee) and can attend Discover Conferences and subscribe to S-PAC at the ADSA professional member rate.
The Corporation is the Member, not the corporate representative; if the corporate representative leaves the corporation, the membership is transferred to the new corporate representative.
In addition to online access provided to the Corporate Member Representative, the representative can order a paper copy for the Journal for an additional fee. Corporate Sustaining Members who require site or company-wide electronic access to JDS can contact Elsevier for a corporate subscription at an additional charge.
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JDS is ranked no. 1 for the 5-year Impact Factor and no. 1 by Eigenfactor (which removes self-citations). For 2012, 741 articles in 7,428 (science) pages were published.
Copyright 2013 by The American Dairy Science Association