The California State University Agricultural Research Institute (ARI) is a comprehensive applied agricultural and environmental research program joining the California State University's (CSU) four colleges of agriculture and the state's agriculture and natural resources industries and allied business communities.

The ARI fosters the development and evaluation of new and promising technologies that have the potential for improving food safety, environmental stewardship, economic performance, and long-term sustainability of California's agriculture industry. ARI projects and programs build upon a successful record of past applied research accomplishments and augment, enhance, and extend the basic research conducted by the nation's land grant universities.

ARI Administration
California Polytechnic State University
Attn: Dr. Mark Shelton, Executive Director
One Grand Avenue
Building 11-211
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0250
805-756-6297
Featured Project
Effect of Feeding Practices on Phytoestrogen, Omega 3, Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) and Total Fatty Acid Composition in Red Meat

To evaluate the effect of feeding regimes on the nutrient content in the final beef product. Specifically, researchers will determine total lipid, fatty acid composition, Omega 3:6 ratio; and total conjugated linoleic acid in both grass fed and conve ... more
Featured Project Director
Dr. Robert Delmore
Professor
Animal Science Department; College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences, Cal Poly State University

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