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Purdue Dairy Unit

$1 million USDA grant to Purdue aims to boost efficiency at dairy farms

The Purdue Bell Tower peeks over fall foliage.

College of Agriculture welcomes new faculty members

Sidney Panaretos works with horse in summer internship.

Cultivating the Future: Sidney Panaretos

Elizabeth Karcher lectures to a group of students in Creighton Hall of Animal Sciences.

Animal Sciences professor, grad student receive APLU Teaching Award for work with undergraduate teaching assistants

Ellie Staggs stands in front of the Indiana Beef Cattle Association's booth at the Indiana State Fair.

Cultivating the Future: Ellie Staggs


Keeping up with the 2023 recipients of the D. Woods Memorial Fund

Esther Oluwagbenga

Esther Oluwagbenga - Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

Student Emily Carlisle stands in a green polo next to a sign with letters that spell "macaw" in front of a macaw enclosure

Cultivating the Future: Emily Carlisle

Main holds head as he stands in front of alcohol bottles.

Controlled study links pain-related genes to alcoholism

Hattie Duncan sits outside on a cement ledge.

Purdue Animal Sciences selects Hattie Duncan as Livestock Judging Coordinator

Max Judge headshot with text on the endowment.

Purdue Animal Sciences establishes endowed fund to honor the first professor of its meat science program

chicken on a farm

Food labels offer consumer choices but also confusion about animal welfare

meat smoker

Heating up the flavor on the smoker

Beef cows

Purdue receives $1.4 million for cattle and swine research projects

Sydney Altman, Kylie Bedel, Allison Lund, Shelby Whitaker

Townsend competition recognizes four Purdue Agriculture student winners

Caitlyn Cox with a cow

Resilience, ability to adapt keep animal sciences senior on track

Catie Hauser

Eclectic internships combine to create meaningful experiences

Renee Bippus stands on stage at Purdue

For the love of animals and the theater

Fresh cuts of beef line the racks at the Boilermaker Butcher Block.

Beefing over prices: How brisket went from the cheapest to most coveted cut

Piglets wander around their enclosure at ASREC.

National Pork Producers Council awards scholarships to two Purdue students

Pigs in a barn

$500,000 grant targets lack of air-quality data in swine production

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