Animal Nutrition & Physiology Center
The Animal Nutrition and Physiology Center is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated in 2001 for conducting animal physiology research primarily in the areas of growth, nutrition, and reproduction.
It consists of approximately 46,000 square feet that is able to house a variety of animals from mice to cattle. Animal research at the facility takes place in individual pens or stanchions, flexible penning arrangements, and farrowing crates to group pens. Six environmentally controlled rooms are available in a small animal suite for research with rabbits, rodents, and poultry. Additionally the facility contains a surgical unit with two surgery rooms and a post-operative room, classroom, benchtop laboratory, and a feed center to mix specialized feed rations
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