The 150th N.C. State Fair
The 150th NC State Fair begins today and runs for the next 11 days. Check out NC State's participation at the fair, from the Food Science Club's Howling Cow tent to the Animal Science Club's State Fair Ark and cow-milking exhibit.
Diving Into (Dr.) Poole
From cow births in the classroom to epic whiteboard sessions in his office, Daniel Poole loves to teach, and it shows: In 2017 alone, he's nabbed three teaching awards — one of them national.
Made in the Shade: Research Focuses on Combining Forestry, Livestock Grazing
Silvopasture – the practice of combining forestry with forage and livestock production – is rare in North America, but the practice could bring both economic and environmental benefits on marginal lands where traditional row cropping hasn’t worked.
Study Shines Light on Mules, Their Blood Chemistry
Offspring of female horses and male donkeys, mules are often associated with caution and hard work. While they’ll never be mistaken for thoroughbreds, mules play important roles in modern society – performing grunt work in areas from developing countries to […]
Putting the State in State Fair
Cow milking, gardening tips and managing livestock are just some of the ways NC State supports the North Carolina State Fair.
Faculty Win Animal Science Awards
The American Society of Animal Science honored Drs. Ken Esbenshade and Jack Odle with top awards this summer.
See to Head Animal Science
Dr. M. Todd See has been named head of the animal science department in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Homegrown Help for Haiti
For four years, NC State animal science professor Charlotte Farin has had a hand in feeding 1,400 Haitian schoolchildren who live within six miles of the epicenter of the recent earthquake. The farm she works with now serves as a humanitarian aid center for those suffering in the region.