Erdman named ADSA President
June 29, 2020 By Larry Lee Filed Under: Dairy, News
The American Dairy Science Association has a new
President. Retired University of Maryland professor Rich Erdman moved
from Vice President to President during the research organization’s virtual
conference last week.
Erdman has served on the Journal of Dairy Science editorial
board and is a past President of the Northeast section of ADSA and the American
Society of Animal Science along with several committees and research
projects. He was a member of the National Research Council (NRC)
subcommittee that wrote the seventh revised edition of Nutrient
Requirements of Dairy Cattle, published in 2001 by the National Academy of
Erdman was raised on a dairy farm and got his Animal
Science degree at the University of Wisconsin River Falls in 1974.
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