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Animal sciences graduate student receives grant

Animal sciences graduate student receives grant

Quynn Larson

Quynn Larson, a "first-year master’s degree student in animal sciences, received a grant from the North Dakota State Board of Agriculture Research and Education and the North Dakota
Corn Council. The funding will enable Larson to continue work on the impacts of dried distillers grains with solubles supplementation on livestock performance and meat quality.

The grant was titled “Development of self-limiting DDGS for yearling livestock.” Larson is working with Bryan Neville, assistant animal scientist, and Rob Maddock, associate professor of animal sciences.

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