Animal & veterinary science

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Scholarship broadens horizons

Thursday 9 Apr 2015
Four Charles Sturt University (CSU) students have received prestigious 2015 Horizon Scholarships.

CSU academic examines padded horse whips

Wednesday 25 Mar 2015

A CSU academic hopes her research into the use of padded whips in Australian thoroughbred racing provides objective, scientific data for what can be an emotional and contentious issue.

Understanding sheep vitamin and mineral supplements

Tuesday 10 Mar 2015

New CSU research is investigating the effectiveness of vitamin and mineral supplements for sheep used by NSW producers.

New treatment hope for ryegrass staggers

Thursday 19 Feb 2015

CSU research has identified a treatment that could treat ryegrass staggers, which costs Australian livestock producers more than $100 million each year.

'Meating' the challenge in the US

Wednesday 18 Feb 2015

CSU student meat judges have returned from the United States with a swag of awards and a deeper understanding of the industry.

Small livestock producers sought for study

Wednesday 11 Feb 2015

Small producers of cattle or sheep in the Riverina are being sought for CSU research focussed on better understanding  the needs of smallholder producers.

NZ dairy experiences for CSU student and graduate

Tuesday 10 Feb 2015

A CSU graduate has barely had a chance to settle back into the family dairy farm on the NSW mid north coast before he heads to New Zealand on a Dairy Australia scholarship.

CSU academic named as equestrian judge

Tuesday 11 Nov 2014

A CSU academic been selected as a judge for an international equestrian competition in Poland next year.

International award for a leader in animal production

Wednesday 5 Nov 2014

An international animal science award will be presented to a CSU academic this month for his commitment to animal production in Australia and throughout Asia.

Emu experience

Monday 3 Nov 2014

Forget the dairy and cattle yards, never mind the sheep or pigs. An unusual work placement has shown CSU veterinary science student, Ms Laura Bairstow a different side of  livestock production.

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