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To reflect on the past century of research published in the Journal of Dairy Science®, the December issue of the journal’s 100th volume contains the ADSA Foundation Collection of 100-Year Reviews, a special 100th anniversary retrospective containing 30 focused reviews of progress in areas of research that are featured in JDS.
A stand-alone reprint of the ADSA Foundation Collection of 100-Year Reviews is available from Elsevier for $35.00 plus the cost of shipping at https://elsstmj.directfrompublisher.com/
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To provide page charge relief to loyal ADSA members who are core contributing authors to the Journal of Dairy Science, ADSA is continuing the Member-Author Loyalty Rewards Program begun last year. The recipients listed are acknowledged for having published papers in volumes 95, 96, and 97 (2012–2014) of the Journal of Dairy Science. Recipients are exempt from page charges (up to 10 pages) for one article published or accepted in the year following the qualifying period (2015 for the 2012–2014 period). ADSA recognizes and thanks the following ADSA members for their significant contributions to, and support of, the Journal of Dairy Science, ADSA, and the global dairy industry.
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.
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).
Roger W. Hemken, Past President of ADSA, passed away on August 15. Among his many awards for teaching and research excellence were the ADSA Award of Honor and recognition as an ADSA Fellow.
The American Dairy Science Association® (ADSA®) Foundation is pleased to
announce that its initiative to accelerate the update of the National Research Council's
Nutrient Requirements for Dairy Cattle to an 8th edition has resulted in
full funding of the NRC's estimated budget request. The ADSA Foundation committed
$204,000 (to meet the NRC's test of 51% funding from financially disinterested parties)
and then secured eleven co-sponsoring organizations that committed to contributing
To accelerate the update of the National Research Council's Nutrient Requirements
of Dairy Cattle (7th rev. ed., 2001), ADSA is stepping up and needs your
Please review the potential list of updates, expansions/refinements, and additions
(vetted by the ADSA Board) given at the end of this page. You are invited to suggest
new areas for updating, expansion/refinement, and other additions that ADSA will
propose for the 8th edition of Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle. Please
submit your input here by midnight (CST) on Monday, September 30, 2013. A meeting has been scheduled at the JAM for Monday,
July 8, from 4:00 to 5:00 pm in Room 104 of the Convention
Center to review the input and provide an overview of this initiative.
In August, JDS began publishing Articles in Press (AIP) on the journal’s website (http://www.journalofdairyscience.org/inpress). Published AIP articles have undergone peer review, technical editing, composition, author proof review, and correction before being posted online. Although page numbers are not yet assigned, AIP articles may be cited by digital object identifier (doi), a permanent link to the final, published article. In many cases, AIP articles are posted online 6 to 8 weeks before being published in an issue of the journal. New batches of articles are posted weekly—sign up for e-mail alerts here: http://www.journalofdairyscience.org/inpress.
If your institution’s library subscribes to the Journal of Dairy Science, you can access the journal on your iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, or Android smartphone while on the go—on campus, off campus, traveling, or at home—by using the SciVerse ScienceDirect mobile app, available from the App Store and Google Play. To start using the SciVerse ScienceDirect app, you will need to provide your username and password as registered at sciencedirect.com and your institutional e-mail address. Once you have supplied this information, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. You must click on the link provided in this e-mail to activate your access to the app. You will only need to confirm your e-mail once. All the same features found in the HealthAdvance Journals app are available to you with the SciVerse ScienceDirect app.
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