Research and facilities
Our researchers are consistently at the forefront of knowledge and innovation in animal agriculture, working to advance animal, human and environmental health.
Our state of the art facilities are available to undergraduate students, graduate students and researchers.
Resources and policies
All animal ordering requires completion of the animal order form. Please note, if additional details are required, the requester is permitted to edit the form, or utilize their own order form, provided it contains all of the same information as the animal order form. Users must also ensure the form has a dedicated space for departmental signature. Upon completion, submit the form electronically to Charlene Hawryluk in the general office.
Upon approval, this form will be signed and returned to the requester. The approved form must be included with the order for animals (typically done through EPIC).
The requester MUST contact Charlene Hawryluk to confirm when and how many animals have been received upon their arrival.
Please note, receiving/shipping of animals is not permitted until facility attendants receive a copy of the approved form. This includes the receiving/shipping of animals from/to the TK Cheung Centre, Glenlea Research Station and Poultry Barn.
Animal science safety manual
The Animal science safety manual (PDF) serves to maintain a safe environment for all in the department. The department relies upon each individual to use due diligence when working or studying in the various lab spaces. People who are aware of their responsibilities and who undertake tasks with due caution are critical to a safe working environment.
Faculty biosecurity protocol
This protocol document (PDF) defines agricultural biosecurity principles and procedures aimed at minimizing the spread of plant and animal pests and/or harmful biological entities.
New staff/student onboarding
This document (PDF) serves as a general training reference for all new Department of Animal Science staff and graduate students.
Workplace-specific new worker health and safety orientation training record
This document (PDF) is a record of workplace-specific health and safety orientation training provided to new employees.
Nutrition lab analysis
- The nutrition lab analysis request form (PDF) must be completed prior to beginning any nutrition lab analysis.
- To book shared equipment, training, lab tours, etc, please visit the Nutrition Lab calendar.
- Review the Nutrition Lab procedures.
Department of Animal Science
201 Animal Science/Entomology Building
12 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada