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UNL to Host September Beef Symposium

Kenneth Eng wants to give something back to the industry in which he's spent his life.

UNL to Offer Workshop on Teaching Livestock to Selectively Forage Weeds

Sometimes the best way to get rid of pesky weeds is to fight back with what nature gave us; grazing livestock.

UNL Students Honored by Animal Science Department, Block and Bridle

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Animal Science and Block and Bridle Club recently honored students with awards and scholarships at its annual honors banquet.

Sustainable Use of Crop Residues on Cow/Calf and Yearling Operations June 10

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension conference/webinar on sustainable use of crop residues for cow/calf and yearling operations will be June 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (CDT).

UNL Animal Science Department Appoints two New Student Ambassadors

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln animal science department appointed two new student ambassadors for the 2013-2014 academic year.

New Director Hired for Great Plains Veterinary Educational Center

A longtime faculty member has been named director of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Great Plains Veterinary Educational Center at Clay Center.

Nebraska a Long-time Leader in Research into Distillers Grains

Terry Klopfenstein's first foray into the possibility of using distillers grains for cattle feed in the late 1960s was based on the idea of fermenting wheat because it was so cheap at the time.

UNL Scientists Experiment with Corn Silage in Finishing Diets

University of Nebraska-Lincoln scientists are experimenting with the use of corn silage in cattle finishing diets, finding that it can be an economical replacement for corn in feedlot diets containing distillers grains.