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MSU ag faculty, staff to visit southeast Montanans May 16-18

April 29, 2011 -- MSU News Service

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BOZEMAN -- Faculty and staff from the Department of Animal and Range Sciences at Montana State University will visit Miles City, Broadus, Ekalaka, and Baker from May 16-18 to meet the general public, interact with producers and meet potential MSU students and their families.

MSU participants in the "Bringing MSU to You" trip will hold free public forums in Miles City on May 16, Broadus and Ekalaka on May 17, and Baker on May 18.

Times and locations are:

Monday, May 16:
5 p.m. -- Tech Room at Fort Keogh in Miles City

Tuesday, May 17:
12:30 p.m.--Community Center in Broadus.

7 p.m. - Carter County Fairgrounds in Ekalaka.

Wednesday, May 18:
1 p.m. - Fallon County Fairgrounds in Baker.

For more information, contact Glenn Duff, head of the Department of Animal and Range Sciences, at (406) 994-3721, (406) 548-7397 (cell) or by email at glenn.duff@montana.edu

Evelyn Boswell, (406) 994-5135 or evelynb@montana.edu