A video competition by the American Society of Animal Science gives university students the opportunity to share animal science with the world and you can choose the winner.
Animal science clubs from the University of California, New Mexico State University and Purdue University are participating in the competition.
Videos could pick from one of five categories: animal agriculture’s role in feeding the world, the environmental impact of animal agriculture, animal welfare, food safety, or discoveries in animal genetics.
The 5 minute video by the University of California, Davis club uses song to depict the impact of animal genetics on animal production and food production efficiency. NMSU’s video talks about feeding the world, and Purdue’s video discusses service learning and food security in Haiti.
Votes will be collected until June 1. The winning video will be shown at the 2012 Joint Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., starting July 15.
The first place winners will receive $1,250. The second place winners will receive $750 and the third place winners will receive $500.
Click here to see the videos and vote.