ARPAS – The Symbol of Today’s Professional Animal Scientist

Current News


Spring Business meeting
**IN PERSON CANCELLED – VIRTUAL ZOOM MEETING
May 6th, 2020 @ 9 AM – 10:30 AM
details in the April E-Newsletter
if you did not receive or need additional information to join the meeting,
contact Renee Smith [CA ARPAS Secretary]
AGENDA


Bang for your Buck fundraiser
August 27, 2020
Location TBD


Continuing Education Conference – Harris Ranch
October 28-29, 2020
Additional Information coming soon


Some Information on Almond Hulls to Stimulate Discussion
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The CA ARPAS Alfalfa Research Project has been published in the Professional Animal Scientist. August 2016Volume 32, Issue 4, Pages 470–483
“Reliability of in vivo, in vitro, in silico, and near infrared estimates of pure stand alfalfa hay quality: Component degradability and metabolizability of energy”
you can follow this link to download this paper ~        click here for link to paper


All successful certification and licensing programs are targeted to serve and protect the public’s interest. Modern agriculture, like all of segments of society, is becoming more complex. More government regulations and controls require that practicing professionals establish accountability by means of registry and certification programs. In today’s business climate, producer and industry clients want assurance that they are getting advice from certified professionals who stay on the cutting edge.

By completing the requirements for registration, maintaining your continuing education units, and adhering to the code of ethics, ARPAS registration provides you with a new level of recognition to help you distinguish yourself to your clients as a Professional Animal Scientist.

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