Leading Animal Sciences Beyond

the 21st Century

Our mission is to lead and foster scientific discoveries in animal agriculture and biology, inspire original thinking and the art of discovery through innovative education and service, thereby enriching the lives of students, scientists, and society.
peperoni, photo courtesy UWMadisonCALS
sheep and guard donkey at arlington, photo courtesy UWMadisonCALS
CALS day for kids, photo courtesy UWMadisonCALS
Dan Schaefer advising incoming freshman, photo courtesy UWMadisonCALS

Animal Sciences Prospectives in Research (Tuesday 11 am, room 274)

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Amanda RoseAmanda Rose
Hometown: St. Cloud, WI
High School: New Holstein High School

What has been your favorite UW-Madison moment?
One of my favorite UW moments has been when we won the snowy football game against Nebraska, when Melvin Gordon broke the record for rushing yards. Even though we were all cold and wet, being there was definitely worth it. It is probably a moment I will always remember.
More from Amanda ...


Arlington ARS lambs are hereSpring must be here ... Lambs at Arlington ARS ....
Sevie Kenyon: Lambing season at the Arlington Agricultural Research Station. We are visiting today with Todd Taylor, Shepherd Arlington Agricultural Research Station University of Wisconsin Madison in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, and I’m Sevie Kenyon. Todd, tell us a little bit about the flock here at the Arlington Station.
Todd Taylor: The flock here at the station consists of roughly...

NEW Fall 2015 Course!
Pic from Drovers CattleNetwork 12/15/13 Angus cattle at feedbunkINTRODUCTION TO AQUACULTURE
Fish farming is the fastest growing sector of animal agriculture. Over half of the world’s food fish are now farm raised, and over 200 species are commercially produced. The focus of this introductory, 2-credit course will be to teach students key concepts of fish aquaculture, with an emphasis on freshwater species.
Animal Sciences 375-002 (2 Credits)
3:30 – 4:20 pm MW
209 Animal Sciences
Instructor: Terence P. Barry

Recent publications:

Myoglobin and haemoglobin-mediated lipid oxidation in washed muscle: observations on crosslinking, ferryl formation, porphyrin degradation, and haemin loss rate. Lee SK, Tatiyaborworntham N, Grunwald EW, Richards MP. 2015 Food Chem. 167:258-63.

Metabolic Evidence of Diminished Lipid Oxidation in Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Whigham LD, Butz DE, Dashti H, Tonelli M, Johnson LK, Cook ME, Porter WP, Eghbalnia HR, Markley JL, Lindheim SR, Schoeller DA, Abbott DH, Assadi-Porter FM. Curr Metabolomics. 2014;2(4):269-278.

Genetic Population Structure of the Blister Beetle, Gnathium minimum: Core and Peripheral Populations. Marschalek DA, Berres ME. J Hered. 2014 Nov-Dec;105(6):784-92.