More than 30 CAFNR staff visited with Vice Chancellor and Dean Daubert during his Open Office Hours on Oct. 19.
Wes Warren, professor of genomics in Animal Sciences, speaks to attendees at the CAFNR Research Symposium, held Oct. 12-13.
The Agronomy Club donated pumpkins they raised to a local fundraising event on Oct. 25 to benefit Ellis Fischel Cancer Center Mammography Fund.
Rocio Rivera (left), professor of animal sciences, traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico on Oct. 27, to recruit students for the Mizzou chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS).
The CAFNR Center for Regenerative Agriculture was recognized with the 2022 External Partner Award by the Missouri Department of Conservation Community and Private Lands Division at its annual banquet in October.
Dean Daubert visits with the large turnout of CAFNR clubs and orgs who came to Traditions Plaza on Nov. 3, for the live taping of the U.S. Farm Report College Roadshow, hosted by CAFNR alumna Tyne Morgan.
The Sale Horse Preview & Silent Auction was held Nov. 5, at the Equine Teaching Facility. This annual event benefits the MU Equine Teaching Program, supporting student activities. The funds are used to care for the teaching herd and purchase classroom supplies.
Mizzou Block & Bridle hosted the Little American Royal on Nov. 5. This annual student-led event allows students from all backgrounds to participate, from those with years of show ring experience to those who have never worked with livestock before.
Food Science students taking Food Science & Human Nutrition 4970/7970, are working to develop a BBQ sauce from scratch with the potential to sell their final product in stores.
For Halloween, students showed up to their silviculture class dressed as their professor, Ben Knapp, associate professor of forestry.
The College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources honored the six individuals chosen to receive the 2022 CAFNR Column Award for Distinguished Alumni at a ceremony on Nov. 4. The awardee class includes one graduate from each of CAFNR's six divisions, reflecting the six historic columns at the University of Missouri.