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2020 Annual Tour

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CGREC Annual Field Day 2020 was presented in a series of videos. Take a virtual tour of the Center and learn about the many projects that were conducted during the year.



Growing cereal forages for hay: production, quality and economics by forage type - Scott Alm, CGREC forage agronomist, and Kevin Sedivec, CGREC director

Comparing winter cereal crops for spring grazing: production, livestock performance and economics by forage type - Scott Alm and Kevin Sedivec

Grazing cover crops: which species to add to a mixture and why - Kevin Sedivec

Cover crop grazing management to enhance livestock production and soil health on cropland in southcentral North Dakota: a SARE-funded project - Miranda Meehan, NDSU Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist; Erin Gaugler, CGREC range research specialist and Kevin Sedivec


Cows with calves

Livestock management

Impacts of dietary energy on fetal development and growth performance in heifers - Friederike Baumgaertner, NDSU Ph.D. graduate student, and Carl Dahlen, NDSU animal scientist

Beef quality assurance tips for improving your cow herd - Lisa Pederson, CGREC Extension livestock and beef quality specialist


Grazing management

Feeding the bees: which grazing practices can promote native floral resources - Cameron Duquette, NDSU Ph.D. graduate student, and Torre Hovick, NDSU range scientist

Grazing is for the birds: how grazing practices influence nesting birds - Cameron Duquette and Torre Hovick

Comparing impacts of patch-burn grazing, rotational grazing and traditional grazing on livestock performance - Devan McGranahan, NDSU range scientist, and Megan Wanchuk, NDSU master of science graduate student

Assessing livestock grazing behavior and cattle inventory on pasture using GPS collars and smart ear tags - Devan McGranahan; John Nowatzki, NDSU Extension Ag machine systems specialist; and Michael Undi, CGREC animal scientist

Monitoring livestock with GPS collarsMegan Wanchuk, NDSU graduate student

Determining what cattle eat when grazing rangelands - Michael Undi, CGREC animal scientist


For more information, contact Sedivec at kevin.sedivec@ndsu.edu or Sandi Dewald at 701-424-3606 or sandi.dewald@ndsu.edu.


Photos by Scott Alm, Kevin Sedivec and Caley Gasch



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