Abstracts for the 2020 conference will take two forms:

1) Traditional scientific papers to be published in the peer-reviewed New Zealand Journal of Animal Science and Production, or,

2) Contract presentations which may consist of a presentation supported by a presentation summary published in the supplementary material.

Please indicate on the abstract submission form, whether your submission is intended for the farmer day, and if so, whether you would prefer to produce a full paper for peer review, or a non-peer-reviewed presentation summary.

Preparing world class graduates always Professor’s aim

Advocacy for science as the essential foundation of agriculture has been a constant theme in the teaching, research and administrative career of Yorkshire-born Professor Andrew Sykes, who  retired in May 2012 as Professor of Animal Science and Head of the Department of Agricultural  Sciences at Lincoln University, after 34 years  on the staff, including  a period as Pro  ViceChancellor. 

NZSAP Animal Science Award Travel Report - Nicola Schreurs

The NZSAP Animal Science Award supported my attendance at the Joint Annual Meeting (JAM 2012) of the American Society of Animal Science, American Dairy Science Association, Canadian Society of Animal Science, Western Section of the American Society of Animal Science and Asociacion Mexicana de Produccion Animal from the 15-19 July 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. During the conference I reflected on differences and similarities between animal science in NZ and the US.

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