Sheep at Red Bluff Research Center
MSU Farm to Campus program encourages consumption of MSU-grown meat, local products
April 27, 2017
With the recent purchase of 30 lambs raised by MSU’s Department of Animal and Range Sciences, MSU Culinary Services now purchases more than 20 percent of its food from local producers. Read more...
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MSU Extension offers Advanced Genetic Technology in Beef Cattle lectureship May 8-9
April 26, 2017
The lectureship aims to strengthen foundational understanding of genetic principles and build on them to allow attendees to apply advanced genetic technologies to commercial cattle production. Read more...
Craig Carr Assistant Professor of Rangeland Ecology
MSU agriculture professor wins teaching award
April 20, 2017
Craig Carr, an assistant professor of rangeland ecology in the MSU College of Agriculture, received the Range Science Education Council’s Early Career Undergraduate Teaching award in February. Read more...
Colt Starting Class
MSU students train wild mustangs for Montana nonprofit that helps veterans
April 19, 2017
Students in MSU’s equine science program helped prepare the horses for the Heroes and Horses organization. The organization uses the horses to help combat veterans overcome emotional trauma through mountain pack trips. Read more...
Horse and rider.
MSU equine science students to host April 7-8 horse sale and riding competition
April 5, 2017
Colts that MSU equine science students have started and trained will be sold at the 11th annual Top of the West horse sale and collegiate riding competition, set for April 7-8 at Copper Spring Ranch near Bozeman. Read more...
Cows.
MSU to co-host annual Montana Nutrition Conference and Livestock Forum
March 13, 2017
The MSU Department of Animal and Range Sciences and the Montana Feed Association will host the annual Montana Nutrition Conference and Livestock Forum on April 11-12 at the GranTree Inn in Bozeman. Read more...
Graduate Student Elizabeth Flesch Co-Authors Paper on Citizen Scientists
MSU doctoral student co-authors paper describing how citizen scientists contribute to mountain goat research
February 14, 2017
The paper compares data on mountain goat location and population trends that volunteers collected through Glacier National Park’s High Country Citizen Science Project to that collected by career scientists. Read more...
Montana State IHSA Equestrian Teams Ranked in Region
MSU’s equestrian club teams ride into winning season
January 25, 2017
MSU’s IHSA English equestrian team is ranked first in the region with one more competition left this season. The western team is competing well, winning reserve high-point team by scoring the second-most number of points at a show four times this season. Read more...
Montana State University Purchases Red Angus Herd
MSU purchases red Angus cattle herd, first in university’s history
January 24, 2017
The 51-head purebred red Angus cattle herd, which MSU purchased from alumni Bob and Rita Dige of Sand Coulee, will provide years of applied research for Montana’s beef cattle industry. Read more...
Honey bee
MSU graduate students present research on viruses and pathogens affecting bees at pollinator conference
September 7, 2016
Three Montana State University graduate students recently presented their research about viruses and pathogens affecting bees at one of the premier gatherings concerning the health of honey bees and other pollinators. Read more...

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