ANIMSCI 3046 This course will introduce students to the poultry industry in a manner that highlights distinctive biological characteristics of poultry species. Students will have a base of knowledge of poultry anatomy and physiology that prepares them for ...
Buckeye Grilling Basics
Buckeye Grilling Basics Come learn from Weber Grill Masters and OSU Grilling Instructors at the first Buckeye Grilling Basics! Topics Include: Choosing Meat Wisely Beef, Pork, and Poultry Indirect vs Direct Grilling Rubs, Seasonings, ...
OSU students compete in Spring Animal Welfare Assessment Contest
The Animal Welfare Judging Team had 15 students compete in the inaugural spring virtual Animal Welfare Assessment Contest. ...
Rui Zheng Receives 3rd place in the Russell Klein Nutrition Research Symposium
Congratulations to Rui Zheng for receiving 3rd place in the Russell Klein Nutrition Research Symposium Poster Competition, Molecular/Basic Science category. ...
Pesticide ID Cards Squash Bugs Squash Vine Borer Thrips White-tailed Deer Aphid Cole Crop Caterpillars Cucumber Beetle Feral Cats Flea Beetle Groundhog Mexican Bean Beetle Natural Enemy Field Guide Rabbits Twospotted Spider Mites Vole ...
OSU students take home first and third place at the Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference
Praisler, Clark, and Park take home first and third place respectively. ...
Pet Food Production- From Concept to Consumer
ANIMSCI 4035 The scientific principles and physical process of producing pet food, from concept through manufacture to reaching the consumer, while building on animal physiology and nutrition foundations. This course provides in person lectures, field tri ...
Stephanie Karhoff Assistant Professor, Field Specialist Agronomic Systems 1206 East Second Street, Ottawa, Ohio 45875 567-376-4019 email@example.com Stephanie conducts applied research to identify best management practices for corn, soybean, wheat, and f ...
Introduction to Animal Welfare
ANIMSCI 3180 This course promotes an understanding of the historical, philosophical, and scientific developments that have led to our current understanding of animal welfare and its assessment. Undergraduate 2.0 Columbus Lecture Animal Sciences ...
Animal Nutrition Laboratory
ANIMSCI 3430 A study of the chemical composition of feedstuffs and the application toward providing optimal nutrition to managed animals. Prereq: 2200.01 or 2300H, and 2200.02 or AnmlTec 2200.02T. Prereq or concur: 3130. Not open to students with credit f ...