NDSU was part of the CattleCon24 Trade Show in an effort to recruit students for its animal science program. “You get all the opportunities of a big program, but with the individualized teaching of a smaller program,” explained Erin Beyer, assistant professor, NDSU Meat Science. “We have programs within meat science with reproduction, physiology, and nutrition; some of the best in the country and you’re going to be with professors that know your name, know your background and care about you and your future.” Beyer is a Texas native and joined the NDSU faculty in June. “I am coaching the meat judging team at NDSU and the meat animal evaluation team trying to jumpstart some of those programs.”
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