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Latest Issue of Journal of Dairy Science Now Available

Friday October 17, 2014

ADSA joins in Coalition Letter

Tuesday April 1, 2014

ADSA joined with 87 other science and agricultural organizations in urging support for Section 1433 Continuing Animal Health and Disease, Food Security, and Stewardship Research, Education and Extension Programs in the fiscal year 2015 Agriculture Appropriations bill. This will support a new competitive research grants mechanism to address critical priorities in food security, one health and stewardship.

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ADSA Announces JDS Member-Author Loyalty Rewards Program

Thursday January 2, 2014

To provide page charge relief to loyal ADSA members who are core contributing authors to the Journal of Dairy Science®, ADSA has created a Member-Author Loyalty Rewards Program, effective immediately.

The Reward: One article published or accepted in the year following the qualifying period (2014 for the 2011–2013 period) will be free of page charges (up to 10 pages; an $850 value).

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Robert L. Sellars, Past ADSA President

Monday September 9, 2013
Robert L. Sellars passed away on August 25, 2013 in Waukesha, WI. Bob was a professional member of a number of scientific organizations including the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) where he served as President and the International Dairy Federation (IDF) where he served in a number of leadership positions. He was awarded ADSA's highest recognition, the Award of Honor and also received IDF's highest award for his numerous contributions to the US and International dairy industry. In addition he received the first Distinguished Service Award from the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association. Bob also was an emeritus member of the Board of Visitors in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and received its prestigious 1996 Honorary Recognition award.

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Industry News

Ag markets moved mostly higher Tuesday morning
Corn futures are rallying Tuesday morning. Monday’s weekly USDA Crop Progress report stated the corn harvest as being just 31% complete, which apparently sparked a corn futures bounce from their overnight decline.
Corn harvest slogs along to 31%
It’s been a slow start to the 2014 corn harvest, and current progress is still well-below the pace from 2013 and the five-year average.
Ag markets moved mostly higher Tuesday morning
Corn futures are rallying Tuesday morning. Monday’s weekly USDA Crop Progress report stated the corn harvest as being just 31% complete, which apparently sparked a corn futures bounce from their overnight decline.

ADSA Answers Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the JAM ending after the 2016 Meeting?

In response to ongoing discussions, I want to reaffirm that ADSA remains fixed upon sustaining and continuing the Joint Annual Meeting (JAM)...

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What is the JDS Endowment Fund?

The purpose of the JDS Endowment fund is to produce investment income to replace member page charges (currently $85/page), thereby eliminating the financial burden on members who publish...

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