Livestock

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Livestock

Next Heuermann Lecture to Focus on Importance of Ag Communications

Given agriculture's growing complexity and the importance of feeding an increasing global population, clear communication about the science of food production is critical.

Six Land-grant Universities Launch Animal Ag Industry Climate Change Website

The $346 billion U.S. animal agriculture industry is already paying the price for an unstable climate with more frequent and extreme weather events that are devastating to individual producers and influence costs throughout the entire industry, a University of Nebraska Lincoln animal environmental engineer says.

UNL Dedicates Statues of Former Secretaries of Agriculture

On a day when four former U.S. secretaries of agriculture from Nebraska were honored in bronze on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus, Ronnie Green already was looking ahead to the need to make room for a fifth and sixth – who knows how many? – statues.

Statues of Four Secretaries of Agriculture to be Dedicated Saturday

Statues honoring four Nebraskans who made lasting, national impacts on agriculture and natural resources have come to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus.

New Director of School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences to Start Nov. 1

Dr. Don Reynolds will become the director of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences on Nov. 1.

At Husker Harvest Days Extension Looking Forward After First 100 Years

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension is celebrating its first 100 years by "Always looking forward" at this year's Husker Harvest Days show.

Climate Change Report Release Kicks Off 2014 – 15 Heuermann Lectures Season

The Heuermann Lecture series' 2014-2015 season will feature experts spanning a host of topics including climate change, animal biotechnology and agricultural communication.

UNL Animal Science Alumni Reunion Set for Oct. 10

An alumni reunion for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Department of Animal Science is set for Oct. 10.

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