Bermudagrass is the gold standard for South Carolina hay production, but specific variety selection can greatly impact profits. An entirely different forage species may even be better for some growers. Soil type and drainage, environment, grower-management preferences and end use are important factors in choosing a forage for hay production, according to information presented at the Clemson University Hay Production Workshop and Field Day at the Edisto Research and Education Center.
GREENVILLE— A Clemson University Animal and Veterinary Science major “walked into the wild” this past summer, interning at the Greenville Zoo. Kathryn Boyd, a senior from Columbia, S.C., completed the three-month internship with zoo veterinarian, Dr. Christy Belcher. Boyd had a wide range of duties, including handling the exotic animals, participating in surgeries, and performing […]
Christy Belcher wrapped her arms around the newborn giraffe much like she did a foal during her field training at Clemson University. She had arrived at the Greenville Zoo early Feb. 2 after receiving a 5 a.m. phone call from zoo administrator Jeff Bullock. Initially, she ignored the call, thinking she was hitting snooze on […]
Through the study of mammary glands in sheep, beef cattle, dairy cattle and pigs, Professor Heather Dunn and her students use their observations to learn more about what happens in human breast tissue.
Clemson University has been ranked 12th among the top 30 best value agriculture colleges by College Values Online.
CLEMSON – Tom Jenkins, visiting professor and member of the Emeritus Faculty in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, department of animal and veterinary sciences, hosted the Fatty Acid Forum Legacy Series during World Dairy Expo, held Sept. 28-Oct. 3 to showcase the significance of dairy research and the researchers who pioneered numerous […]
Experts in veterinary practice management, infectious diseases and emergency preparedness will be featured presenters at Clemson University’s Veterinary Continuing Education Workshop.
Clemson Livestock-Poultry Health veterinarian Adam Eichelberger has been elected to the national Council on Public Health and Regulatory Veterinary Medicine.
By Creighton Segars, Class of 2015 Heather Dunn, Ph.D., is on the faculty in the animal and veterinary Sciences department in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, and her husband, Wally Dunn, is a grants coordinator for the College of Engineering and Science and a leisure skills instructor in marathon training. On April […]