Dr. Christine Alvarado, Dale Hyatt and Mickey Speakmon Teach the Poultry Session of the 2014 Barbeque Summer Camp

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Dr. Christine Alvarado along with Dale Hyatt and Mickey Speakmon taught attendees of the 2014 Barbeque Summer Camp all about the poultry industry and how to make BBQ chicken. They also made jalapeno cheese sausage, beer can chicken, mayonnaise rubbed drums, breast and dark meat fajitas, and orange marmalade Siracha wings. The 2014 Barbeque Summer Camp, which is sponsored by Foodways TX, was held June 6-8, 2014 at the Rosenthal Meat Science and Technology Center on the Texas A&M University campus in College Station, Texas. The camp featured… Read More →

2014 Market Poultry Production & Selection Workshop A Huge Success

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The 2014 Market Poultry Production and Selection Workshop was a huge success this year. This year’s event was by the far biggest to date and offered information to first timers as well as the experienced participants.   It was held on May 31st at the Louis Pierce Pavilion on the campus of Texas A&M in College Station from 9am-3pm.  Two hundred and seventy nine individuals attended the event where they heard presentations from Texas A&M Poultry Science faculty and Major Show poultry judges.  This event allowed participants to interact… Read More →

Monroe H. Fuchs, ’56 selected as a 2014 Distinguished Alumni

Monroe H. Fuchs, ’56 has been recognized with the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a former student of Texas A&M University.  Awarded jointly by the university and The Association, this award recognizes those Aggies who have achieved excellence in their chosen professions and made meaningful contributions to Texas A&M University and their local communities.  Congratulations! To read more about the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus Awards, click here.     Posted 6/2/14

Spring 2014 Poultry Science Graduates

Spring 2014 Poultry Science Graduates

The Poultry Science department graduated twelve undergraduate students during the Spring 2014 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences commencement ceremony.  Congratulations to all!   Posted 5/13/14  

COALS Advising Team Receives 2014 University Advisers and Counselors Team Advising Award

COALS Advising Team Receives 2014 University Advisers and Counselors Team Advising Award

Poultry Science undergraduate advisor Jennifer Allen along with seven undergraduate advisors from other College of Agriculture and Life Sciences departments were awarded the 2014 University Advisors a and Counselors Team Advising Award. This advising team was nominated by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ Dean’s Office for their advising of High Impact Practices or “HIP Advising”, by encouraging students in their majors to participate in Undergraduate Research, Study Abroad and Internships to enhance their learning experience while at Texas A&M University.  Congratulations to Jennifer and her colleagues!… Read More →

Matthew March Receives Senior Merit Award

Matthew March Recognized with Senior Merit Award

Graduating Poultry Science senior Matthew March was recognized with the Senior Merit Award during the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ annual Spring Awards Convocation held on April 12. Based on leadership, scholarship and service at the department, college and university levels, the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Senior Merit Award is the highest award given to undergraduates by the College.  Congratulations!   Posted 5/13/14

Dr. Suresh Pillai Awarded Grant

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Dr. Suresh Pillai was awarded a grant of $242,902 from the Texas A&M AgriLife Water Seed Grant Program for the research project “Significant Expansion of Water Reuse using Electron Beam (eBeam) Technology.  Co-PIs for this grant include Bill Batchelor (Civil Engineering) and Yongheng Huang (Biological and Agricultural Engineering).  Electron beam (eBeam) technology is the most inexpensive approach of rapidly generating high concentrations of free radicals. The incorporation of eBeam technology into water reclamation projects will help exploit the ability to generate high concentrations of free radicals to open… Read More →

HLSR Show Broiler Chick Order Distribution

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HLSR Show broiler chicks will be distributed Tuesday, January 28th as originally planned. In the event that adverse weather creates a road icing problem and pick up for some counties is delayed, we will hold the chicks in a climate controlled environment ,overnight for pick up on the following day, ( Wednesday, Jan 29th). This extra day, if necessary, will have no detrimental effects on chick livability and performance provided they are transported properly.

December 2013 Poultry Science Graduates

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  The Poultry Science department graduated ten undergraduate students and five graduate students in the December 2013 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences commencement ceremony.  Congratulations to all! Front row L to R:  Joseph Klein (MS), Tyler Askelson (MS) Back row L to R:  Nathan Fuchs (MS), Ashleigh Vanderveer, John Lester III, Haley Janota, Jennifer Olier, Tucker Allcorn, Lindy Frobel Also graduating but not pictured: Wen-Ko Chou (PhD), Radhika Kakani (PhD), Zachary Clark, Meredith Driskill, Preston Gates, and Robert Smith

Position Announcement – Assistant/Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in Poultry Science

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The Department of Poultry Science at Texas A&M University is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in Poultry Science.  This 12-month, non-tenure track position will include extension, teaching, and research responsibilities.  A Doctorate in Poultry Science or closely related field is required.  Experience working with poultry and/or poultry products is preferred.  The successful candidate will be expected to establish and conduct an effective extension education program to communicate pertinent scientific knowledge to poultry producers/processors, regulatory officials, and other related clientele, to publish in peer-reviewed journals, and to… Read More →