Journal of Dairy Science - Volume 100

Journal of Dairy Science - Volume 100

A special 100th anniversary retrospective.

Editor-in-Chief Matthew C. Lucy and Guest Editor John P. McNamara

The first issue of the Journal of Dairy Science® was published in 1917. To reflect on that century of research, the December issue of the journal’s 100th volume contains the ADSA Foundation Collection of 100-Year Reviews, a special 100th anniversary retrospective containing 30 focused reviews of progress in areas of research that are featured in JDS. The timelines in each review place major discoveries and events into historical context.

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This special reprint represents an effort to summarize and highlight 100 years of scientific and technical progress in dairy science. It was made possible through the financial support of the ADSA Foundation. Thirty separate but related papers, with 1,000 unique references, provide the dedicated reader an opportunity to learn where we are now and how we got here. Included in each article is a timeline of the major findings in each area. This series of papers can be used by anyone interested in the role that scientific research and tech- nological advancement has played in efforts to make a safe and plentiful food supply for a growing population.

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Editor-in-Chief Matthew C. Lucy and Guest Editor John P. McNamara

Journal of Dairy Science Editor-in-Chief, Matthew C. Lucy and Guest Editor John P. McNamara present and introduction and summary of this special collection of 30 focused reviews.