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The Iowa State University Animal Industry Report is an annual report of the research activities that relate to the animal agriculture industries. It brings together research reports from faculty associated with various departments on campus, relating to the Beef, Dairy, Equine, Poultry, Sheep, Swine and companion animal industries in the state of Iowa. This research is conducted to support the viability of each of these industries in Iowa. The research reported here is supported by the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station.
Submissions should use the Animal Industry Report template.
- Summary and Implications
- Materials and Methods
- Results and Discussion
- Tables/Figures (numbered individually)
- Acknowledgements (if necessary)
- Submit as Microsoft Word document, .docx preferred.
- Font—Times New Roman, including tables and figures.
- Margins—top: 1.18"; left, right and bottom: 0.75".
- Text columns—width: 3.38"; between columns: 0.25”.
- Do not number pages.
- No references.
Formatting of individual elements
- Title/Headline—18 pt., bold, stack and center.
- DOI #—12 pt., bold, center. Enter DOI xxx-xxxx in this line. Actual DOI # will be added by publisher.
- Authors & titles—10 pt., stack and center.
- A-level subhead—10 pt., bold and center.
- Summary and Implications—10 pt., indent .25".
- Text—10 pt., .25" indent.
- B-level subhead—10 pt., italic.
- C-level subhead—10 pt., italic, .25" indent, two spaces before leading into copy.
- Table number & captions—10 pt., bold, flush left, sentence _style (Capital letter, period).
- Table/Figure text—10 pt. All tables in 1 or 2 full columns; adjust spacing between tabs to center with box.
- Figure number & captions—10 pt., bold, flush left, sentence style (Capital letter, period).
Copy and paste the contents of the Summary and Implications into this section. The Summary and Implications section must still be included in your submitted file.
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