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The Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS)is a national organization with an elected executive committee. CSAS is an Associate Member of the Agriculture Institute of Canada (AIC).
Membership is open to persons currently or previously employed in research, teaching, administration, extension, production, marketing, or otherwise interested in any field pertaining to the animal industry. There are three categories for membership including regular members, retired members, and student members (undergraduate or graduate). Student applicants must complete the education profile when signing up.
Early Career (3 years post-graduation) $65.00
Student $15.00 (Full-time students must be confirmed by the supervisor or department head)
* $15 non-refundable application fee for new memberships will be credited to the membership fee upon approval.
The Canadian Journal of Animal Science (CJAS) is an international peer-reviewed journal edited by the Canadian Society of Animal Science and published by the Agricultural Institute of Canada (AIC).
CJAS is published four times annually:in March, June, September and December and is available in print and electronic formats.
is co-published quarterly, in print and electronic formats, by the Canadian Society of Animal Science, American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) and the European Association for Animal Production (EAAP).
Each issue of Animal Frontiers consists of invited peer-reviewed articles that present several international perspectives on the status of a high impact, global issue on animal agriculture.Corporate and non-profit organizations are invited to purchase a Sustaining Membership; sustaining partnerships help maintain this unique forum for scientific exchange and education across all tiers of animal agriculture, policy, and animal product consumerism.
Visit Animal Frontiers for information on Sustaining Membership/Partnership, subscription and advertising information.
We are excited to announce the joint meeting of the Canadian Society of Animal Science and Canadian Meat Council in Ottawa, Ontario for 2015. The meeting will take place at the Westin Hotel from May 6-8. The primary goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental activities in Animal and Food Sciences.
Highlights include a Symposium titled ‘Food Safety from Farm-to-Fork’ featuring national and international experts.
A workshop directed to Food Safety in animal and meat sciences will bring together innovative academics and industrial experts to a common forum.
Why should you attend?
Please join us May 6-8, 2015 for our annual meeting! Please check back to see the program develop over the next couple of months. We look forward to seeing you in Ottawa.
JAM2018 and WCAP
The CSAS and ASAS are co-hosting with the European Association on Animal Production (EAAP) the World Congress on Animal Production (WCAP 2018) to be held in mid-July following JAM2018.
JAM Kansas 2014
McGill University, Dept. of Animal Science and Dairy and Swine Research Development Centre, Sherbrooke
Agriculture and Agri-food Canada
University of Saskatchewan - August 2014
University of Guelph - August 2014
Dalhousie University - July 2014 (3 positions)
Montana State University - Bozeman May 2014
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada - Lethbridge May 2014