A lecture on “New Zealand Grazing System: Dairy Production and Research Areas”
14 Dec 2017

Under the patronage of the Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, the Department of Animal Production invited Dr. Omar S. Marashdeh (lecturer at Lincoln University, New Zealand) to present a lecture about the “New Zealand Grazing System: Dairy Production and Research Areas”. The audience included the head of the Department of Animal Production, faculty, staff and students. In the presentation, Dr. Marashdeh discussed the pros and cons of dairy cattle grazing systems in New Zealand and their effects on both milk production and environment. He also explored the scientific research methodologies regarding the efficacy of these systems to improve the agricultural status therein. Dr. Marashdeh also discussed the opportunities of graduate scholarships at Lincoln University available for Jordanian students, and expressed willingness to assist students interested in these opportunities.