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MSU College of Agriculture and MSU Extension release joint research report

February 22, 2017 -- MSU News Service

The MSU College of Agriculture and MSU Extension have released a joint research report designed to enhance agricultural production in Montana.

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BOZEMAN – The Montana State University College of Agriculture and MSU Extension recently released a joint report highlighting research that College of Agriculture and Extension faculty conducted throughout Montana.

The mission of the research and the report is to enhance agricultural production in Montana by providing readily available and accessible information to help decision-making for on-farm production and management and to encourage feedback and input on future research. 

The report includes 16 articles from the College of Agriculture, Extension, the U. S. Department of Agriculture and several other entities in the state, region and nation. Topics include ruminant nutrition, grazing, plant pathology, soils, livestock reproduction, wildlife and livestock genetics.

The MSU College of Agriculture and Extension research report can be accessed online at http://www.msuextension.org/coa/

For more information, contact Megan Van Emon at (406) 874-8286 or megan.vanemon@montana.edu, or Emily Glunk at (406) 994-5688 or emily.glunk@montana.edu.

Contact: Megan Van Emon, (406) 874-8286 or megan.vanemon@montana.edu; or Emily Glunk, (406) 994-5688 or emily.glunk@montana.edu