Animal & veterinary science

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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.

New equestrian centre to benefit region

Thursday 30 Oct 2014

A $1.3 million upgrade of equestrian facilities in the Riverina will be officially opened at CSU in Wagga Wagga at 10am on Friday 31 October.

Student research into burping cows

Monday 20 Oct 2014

An interest in how dairy cows digest their food, and the resulting methane burps, has taken a CSU student to the United States to further her research.

Prize winning CSU vet student

Friday 26 Sep 2014

It's no surprise CSU student Mrs Rosemary McKean has trained to become a vet - she grew up surrounded by animals and watched both her parents work in the profession.

Insight into Indonesian beef industry

Monday 22 Sep 2014

A group of CSU students has a new understanding of production, cultural and animal welfare aspects of a key beef export market, after a tour of Indonesia.

CSU research finalist in Eureka Prize

Friday 8 Aug 2014

CSU research which has increased farm profits and improved the environment is part of a project named as a finalist in the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.

World meat prospects positive, but challenging

Tuesday 5 Aug 2014

A CSU expert in Australia's meat livestock industry believes prospects for global meat production are positive, but national government policies, future profitability and climate change pose challenges.

Hydatids found in Tasmanian dogs

Friday 1 Aug 2014

CSU research has found a tapeworm which can cause significant human and animal health problems in Tasmania.

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