Although Briggs Library has an extensive collection, you may need items that are not available at the Library. No worries! You can request those articles, books, and other materials through Interlibrary Loan.
Keep in mind that the process may take from a week to ten days. Start your research early!
Many of our databases have an Interlibrary Loan Request button for articles not available in that particular database. Before submitting the loan request, be sure to check our Journals List for the title of the source or periodical (i.e. New York Times).
Search in the following databases to find journal articles and other materials related to dairy science.
Use the Journals List to determine the library's access to specific publications. Enter the title of the newspaper, magazine, or journal to find out whether the library has access in print or online and the dates of our coverage.
Search for journal titles
In addition to the databases listed above, the following databases can be useful in finding articles and other resources related to animal science.
The Journal of Dairy Science and the Journal of Animal Science use the same citation style. The following links and .pdf files have been written by editors of these journals to guide authors on preparing manuscripts for publication.
Citation Machine, a free website, can also be used to generate citations. Be sure to check citations created automatically for accuracy - they can easily contain errors.
Here are links to some of the most important and useful journals and trade publications in the field of dairy science: