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2015 Annual Field Tour

The 34th Annual Field Tour was held at Central Grasslands Research Extension Center on July 6th.

2015 Annual Field Tour - Neville

CGREC Director Bryan Neville welcomes tour participants and introduces the Center's staff.


2015 Annual Field Tour - Dahlen

Carl Dahlen, Beef Cattle Specialist at NDSU, talks about cattle management during breeding: dry lot vs. rounding up cattle from pasture for each procedure.


2015 Annual  Field Tour - Chilcoat

Graduate student Kayla Chilcoat describes her study on cattle forage intake with respect to stocking density.


2015 Annual Field Tour - Patton

CGREC Range Scientist Bob Patton (center) talks about the effects of patch burning and short-term intensive grazing to reduce Kentucky bluegrass. Fara Brummer (to left), Area Extension Livestock Systems Specialist at CGREC, reports on heifer performance in relation to the various grazing and burning treatments.


2015 - Annual Field Tour - Brummer

Fara Brummer, Area Extension Livestock Systems Specialist at CGREC; Sheldon Gerhardt, Logan County Extension Agent; and Karl Hoppe, Area Extension Livestock Specialist at Carrington REC (right to left) discuss nutrient loss of hay during storage.


2015 Annual Field Tour - Wang

At the forage plots, CGREC Forage Agronomist Guojie Wang describes alfalfa establishment and the effects of alfalfa on the soil.

Photos by Rick Bohn, CGREC



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