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The Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture is a partnership between the state's animal agriculture industries and MSU focused on advancing the Michigan animal agriculture economy.
Published on February 1, 2018
From learning more about bovine leukemia virus to applying new animal housing regulations, MSU researchers are working to help producers maintain and grow their operations.
Published on January 30, 2020
Through M-AAA, MSU scientists have conducted relevant, timely research on behalf of the animal agriculture industry. Regrettably, state support is currently not appropriated for 2020, leaving critical research and outreach programs in jeopardy.
Published on June 2, 2021
Taking on a seemingly intransient disease can be a winning battle with new tools provided through grants from the Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture.
Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture to address industry research and outreach needs with $2.6 million in 2019
Published on January 7, 2019
The Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture (M-AAA) will invest $2.6 million in 2019 to support research and outreach that directly benefits the animal agriculture industries.
Published on February 1, 2019
Adam Lock, an associate professor in the MSU Department of Animal Science, is working to help dairy producers increase the value of their product amidst currently suppressed milk prices.
Published on June 4, 2021
The Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture has received $3 million in new funding for 25 research and outreach projects, as well as infrastructure upgrades.
Published on September 14, 2020
After several accidents with livestock trailers in Michigan and neighboring states in recent years, MSU Extension educators brought their expertise together to create a training program to deal with the challenge.
Published on February 1, 2020
MSU and animal agriculture commodity organizations partner to address industry’s most pressing challenges.
Published on February 3, 2020
Gary McDowell, director of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, believes collaborations with Michigan State University are key for the future of agriculture in the state.