Hairik Honarchain, a Colorado State University student pursuing a Master of Agriculture degree, visited the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur in October as part of a College of Agricultural Sciences course. Building a food dehydrator was his focus.
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As part of January’s National Western Stock Show, Brenna Klauer will lead her team as they compete in the American Meat Science of American National Western Stock Show Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest at the JBS facility in Greeley, Colo. on Jan. 15.
National Provisioner magazine has again noted Colorado State University’s prominence in the meat industry by naming one faculty member and two alumni to the list of “25 Future Icons of the Meat Industry.”
When the Mid-American Collegiate Horticultural Society comes to the Colorado State University campus in 2018, the CSU Horticulture Club will build on what they learned from the 2016 competition.
When Colorado weather is especially dry in the fall and early winter, watering season may not end just because your sprinklers are turned off.
More than 20 employers, representing a broad spectrum of the agricultural industry traveled to Fort Collins to have dinner with students and to interact with them on a personal level.
Becca Jablonski was part of a team that received the Personal and Professional Excellence Abraham Lincoln Award “for exceptional achievement and outstanding contribution to American Agriculture” for work on local food trends and impacts.
When Julie Mueller graduated with her Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics in 2007, she planned on becoming a professor, but did not expect to find herself in a college of business.
As part of its 125th anniversary celebration, National Provisioner, a leading meat industry magazine, has included CSU Animal Sciences Professors Temple Grandin and Gary Smith on the list of the top 25 individuals who have helped transform the meat industry over the last 25 years.