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Sustaining Partners

Sustaining Partners

Sustaining partnerships in this four-society joint venture allow corporate and non-profit partners the opportunity to help launch and maintain a new, unique and widely available forum for scientific exchange and education across all tiers of animal agriculture, policy, and animal product consumerism. As sustaining partners, corporations and non-profits will have the satisfaction of knowing that contributions will add to the overall quality and sustainability of this much-needed new public forum.

ASAS, CSAS, EAAP, and AMSA are the scientific leaders world-wide in animal science publishing. Years of experience, scientific expertise, the ability to foster partnerships, and recognition of the need for this type of product will help yield a cutting-edge publication in animal science and animal agriculture. Sustaining partners will provide financial support and demonstrate solidarity among animal science stakeholders while providing stakeholders with increased visibility.

Sustaining partnership will be available at $1000 level.

Sustaining partnership includes:
20% off the cost of advertising in our quarterly magazine.
Complimentary print copies of the magazine.
Recognition on the Animal Frontiers website.
Recognition on the respective ASAS, CSAS, EAAP, and AMSA websites.
Recognition in each issue of the Animal Frontiers magazine.
Recognition at the respective ASAS, CSAS, EAAP, and AMSA annual meetings.

Interested in becoming a sustaining partner? Contact Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe.

Our Current Sustaining Partners

American Meat Science Association
American Society of Agronomy
American Society of Animal Science
American Society of Animal Science Foundation
BASF Plant Science
Animal Science Department, California Polytechnic State University
Dairy Science Department, California Polytechnic State University
Canadian Society of Animal Science
Crop Science Society of America
European Federation of Animal Science
National Renders Association
Novus International Inc.
Poultry Science Association
Purdue University
Sigma Xi
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Connecticut
University of Florida
Department of Animal Science, University of Nebraska
Department of Animal Sciences, Washington State University
World Association for Animal Production