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Poultry manager Jason Fields kneels down to pet and feed Peanut Butter and Jelly, the 2021 presidentially pardoned turkeys.

One year later: checking in with Purdue's presidentially pardoned turkeys

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Animal sciences graduate student pursues interdisciplinary research

Professor Kola Ajuwon holding a pig in a field.

Kola Ajuwon named as the 2022 recipient of the Agricultural Research Award

Students in Animal Science work with poultry.

Full ride scholarship allows Animal Sciences students to REACH for their dreams

beer on table

Bring the science of Oktoberfest to your backyard this fall

Emma Zaicow

Senior hitches self-improvement goals to love for animals

Four-year-old Ellie Clayton meets Peanut Butter and Jelly at the Purdue Ag Alumni Fish Fry, where her grandfather Mike Veenhuizen was honored as a Certificate of Distinction winner.

Turkeys make smooth adjustment to Boilermaker life

Packages of pork jerky are scattered in a display box.

How the Boilermaker Butcher Block crafts jerky

Paul Ebner working with students

Award recognizes Ebner’s success delivering high impact global programs

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Purdue invention to improve health and welfare of farrowing sows is licensed to Canadian company

African Swine Fever risk assessment tool available: BioPorc-RD

African Swine Fever risk assessment tool available: BioPorc-RD

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Fat’s unexpected role in muscle stem cell fate

Jun Wu

Behind the Research: Jun Wu

Images from the year's top stories

Purdue Agriculture’s 21 most-read stories of 2021

Kicker at football game

Six agriculture students named Academic All-Big Ten

pardoned turkeys

Purdue community welcomes pardoned turkeys home

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Animal sciences student publishes fantasy but has real-world ambition

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Two Purdue agriculture students selected for Pillars of Excellency

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