Animal Frontiers publishes discussion and position papers that present several international perspectives on the status of high-impact, global issues in animal agriculture. Animal Frontiers publishes papers in a relatively easy-to-read jargon with the objective to be read by large audience, even by non-specialists like policy makers, teachers, technicians, journalists, etc. Every issue explores a theme of broad and current interest within animal science and animal agriculture.

Animal Frontiers is a joint venture between the following globally active professional animal science societies:

These organisations are dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of science-based knowledge concerning animal agriculture. Animal Frontiers provides a novel forum for innovative and timely perspectives that have relevance to understanding the complex dynamics at work through animal agriculture

Animal Frontiers Board Members

Debora Hamernik (Editor-in-Chief), University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Kris Johnson, Washington State University
Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe, American Society of Animal Science

Philippe Chemineau, INRA
Isabel Casasús Peyo, CITA Aragón
Andrea Rosati, European Federation of Animal Science

Evelin Ibeagha-Awemu, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Filippo Miglior, Ontario Genomics
Christine Baes, University of Guelph

Anna Dilger, University of Illinois
Collette Kaster, American Meat Science Association


October 2013 Animal Fertility
April 2013 Biofuel