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NDSU Central Grasslands Center to Hold Research Tour

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Attendees at the Central Grasslands Research Extension Center's 2013 research tour learn about a study on pre-breeding vaccination for beef cattle. Attendees at the Central Grasslands Research Extension Center's 2013 research tour learn about a study on pre-breeding vaccination for beef cattle.
Forage agronomy and rangeland research will be the focus of the Central Grasslands Research Extension Center’s tour.

North Dakota State University’s Central Grasslands Research Extension Center near Streeter will hold its 2014 range and agronomy tour July 7.

The program will begin at 9 a.m. with coffee and rolls. The first stop on the tour will focus on forage agronomy research. Topics will include dormancy and winter kill in alfalfa, and annual forage variety testing and production systems.

The second stop will focus on rangeland research, including cattle gains and pasture changes in response to grazing, and managing rangeland for beef cattle performance.

The tour will conclude with a free roast beef lunch at noon. Anyone interested in other research projects can arrange for individual tours after lunch.

For more information, contact Bryan Neville, the center’s director, at (701) 424-3606 or bryan.neville@ndsu.edu.

The center is northwest of Streeter.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - June 20, 2014

Source:Bryan Neville, (701) 424-3606, bryan.nelville@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, (701) 231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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