The New Zealand Society of Animal Production (NZSAP) aims to foster research in all areas of animal production. The society was founded in 1941 by a group of 66 scientists. The aims, which as of 2015 were unchanged, were stated as: The society holds an annual conference, publishes the journal Proceedings of the New Zealand Society for Animal Production, awards grants, and confers awards. Awards include Life Membership of the society, the McMeekan Memorial Award (in honour of Mac McMeekan), the Sir Arthur Ward Award, a Living Legend Award, a Young Member Award, the Landcorp Farming Lecture, the NZSAP Innovation Award, the Jubilee University Award and the Lincoln University Centennial Award. More information...

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