Category JAS

ASAS announces new JASEdit service

The American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) recently launched a new service called JASEdit. The service provides three levels of review for authors who submit to the Journal of Animal Science and can be accessed pre- or post-submission to JAS. 

New issues of APS and JAS available online

The latest issues of Animal Production Science and the Journal of Animal Science are now online.

Oral stomach tubing effectively collects ruminal dissolved hydrogen

By Jamie Hawley, ASAS Communications Intern July 29, 2016 – Ruminal gases include carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and methane. Hydrogen is an essential substrate for methanogens (methane-producing rumen bacteria) to produce methane, and also influences fermentation pathways in the rumen. Dissolved hydrogen is the form of hydrogen available to rumen bacteria. Little is known about how sampling techniques, […]

New issues of APS and JAS available online

The latest issues of Animal Production Science and the Journal of Animal Science are now online.

A history of the Journal of Animal Science

By Holly Webb, ASAS/ASAP communications intern Editor’s Note: Holly Webb, a recent ASAS/ASAP communications intern, compiled a history of the Journal of Animal Science during her 10-week internship. The summary takes you from the Journal’s early roots, through major developments, and into its most recent successes. 

New issues of APS and JAS available online

The latest issues of Animal Production Science and the Journal of Animal Science are now online.

New issues of APS and JAS available online

Recent issues of Animal Production Science and Journal of Animal Science are available online.