Field days begin with the Sheridan R&E Center on Saturday, June 30.
Category: 06 2018 (June)
UW president special guest at sixth annual forage field day near Lingle
A wide range of forage-related topics will be covered by highly experienced experts including forage production and management, low lignin alfalfa, cover crops for forage, hay quality, soil health, weed control and irrigation management.
Long-term research shows domestic cattle resist oral exposure to Chronic Wasting Disease
Cattle fed extremely high oral doses of Chronic Wasting Disease-infected brain material or kept in heavily prion-contaminated facilities for 10 years showed no neurological signs of the disease.
Ellbogen thank you and opportunities
Many thanks to the John P. Ellbogen Foundation for renewing and increasing funding for the Communities, Agriculture, and Rural Living Project.
Latchininsky accepts position with United Nations
Ecosystem science and management Professor Alex Latchininsky, University of Wyoming Extension entomologist, has accepted an offer of the position of Agricultural Officer, Locust Management within the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Personnel from weed and pest control districts and businesses across Wyoming and surrounding states learned mosquito larval control and West Nile Virus vector species identification and prevention May 15-16 at UW. Participants had classroom and laboratory instruction but also hands-on trap setting. Thirty students attended the…
Retirement Party for Dean Galey
Thursday, June 28, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Animal Science/Molecular Biology foyer.
Animal science student poster session
Students in the senior-level class ANSC 4630 selected issues that influence animal agriculture and presented their research posters the first week of May. Their challenge was to be “forward thinking” in identifying the issue and identifying potential ways to resolve the issue.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Symposium
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources personnel Brian Lee and David Keto presented at the Wyoming Unmanned Vehicle Symposium Wednesday and Thursday at the Hilton Conference Center. More than 130 attended the conference. Lee, a research scientist at the James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research…
Horse Shows Starting Soon
The University of Wyoming horse judging team presents its 2018 horse show series beginning June 2.
Pistol and Pete meet young dancers
Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station ambassadors Pistol and Pete met the young dancers of Cheyenne’s Las Angelitas (Little Angels) and Los Rayos del Sol (The Rays of the Sun).
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Bangoura, Berit, and Martin Koethe: $46,750 to Ekhaga Foundation for “Presence of Zoonotic Parasites in Soil Samples from Urban Playgrounds.” Eberle, Carrie: $25,000 to Utah State University and $24,500 to Wyoming Department of Agriculture (WDA) for “Evaluation of Pulse Crops for Sustainable Dryland Production.” Gigley,…
Student receives Robert L. Lang Graduate Fellowship
Research examining adoption of pulse crops into the dryland wheat fallow cropping system has earned the $1,200 Robert L. Lang Graduate Fellowship at the James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center (SAREC). SAREC director John Tanaka announced that Assistant Professor Carrie Eberle submitted…