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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Jennifer M Muscha (Boyle)
Livestock and Range Research Laboratory (LARRL)
Rangeland Scientist

Phone: (406) 874-8223
Fax: (406) 874-8289
243 FORT KEOGH ROAD
MILES CITY, MT, 59301-4016


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Contrasting above- and belowground sensitivity of three Great Plains grasslands to altered rainfall regimes - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (27-Jun-14)
A preliminary assessment of year long relative loose mineral intake and range cow productivity in Northern Great Plains - (Abstract Only)
Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, T., Roberts, A.J., Waterman, R.C., Petersen, M.K. 2013. A preliminary assessment of year long relative loose mineral intake and range cow productivity in Northern Great Plains. American Society of Animal Science. Abstract P5.
A preliminary assessment of year long relative loose mineral intake and range cow productivity in Northern Great Plains - (Proceedings)
Petersen, M.K., Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, J.T., Roberts, A.J., Waterman, R.C. 2013. A preliminary assessment of year long relative loose mineral intake and range cow productivity in Northern Great Plains. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings. 64:258-260.
Livestock water quality in spring of 2009 to 2012 varies across years in Eastern Montana - (Abstract Only)
Petersen, M.K., Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, J.T. 2013. Livestock water quality in spring of 2009 to 2012 varies across years in Eastern Montana. Society for Range Management Meeting, Oklahoma, OK. February 3-7, 2013. Abstract #0117.
Multi-trophic effects of Russian olive removal and restoration: getting information from weed eradication - (Abstract Only)
Espeland, E.K., Petersen, M.K., Muscha, J.M. 2012. Multi-trophic effects of Russian olive removal and restoration: getting information from weed eradication. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 0263.
Variability in range cow mineral use is associated with season and daily high temperature in Northern Great Plains - (Abstract Only)
Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, J.T., Roberts, A.J., Waterman, R.C., Paterson, J.A., Petersen, M.K. 2012. Variability in range cow mineral use is associated with season and daily high temperature in Northern Great Plains. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstract #0261.
In vitro evaluation mimics influences of winter cold water ingestion on ruminal function - (Proceedings)
Reil, M.S., Mulliniks, J.T., Muscha, J.M., Waterman, R.C., Petersen, M.K. 2011. In vitro evaluation mimics influences of winter cold water ingestion on ruminal function. Western Section of American Society of Animal Science Meeting Abstract 62:397-400.
Range Cattle Winter Water Consumption in Northern Great Plains - (Proceedings)
Petersen, M.K., Muscha, J.M., Roberts, A.J., Mulliniks, J.T. 2011. Range Cattle Winter Water Consumption in Northern Great Plains. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings 62:73-75.
In Vitro Evaluation Mimics Influences of Winter Cold Water Ingestion on Ruminal Function - (Proceedings)
Reil, M.S., Mulliniks, J.T., Muscha, J.M., Waterman, R.C., Petersen, M.K. 2011. In Vitro Evaluation Mimics Influences of Winter Cold Water Ingestion on Ruminal Function. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings 62:397-400.
Access to warm drinking water prevents rumen temperature drop without affecting in situ NDF disappearance in grazing winter range cows - (Proceedings)
Petersen, M.K., Reil, M.S., Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, J.T. 2011. Access to warm drinking water prevents rumen temperature drop without affecting in situ NDF disappearance in grazing winter range cows. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings 62:335-336.
Range Cattle Winter Water Consumption in Northern Great Plains - (Abstract Only)
Petersen, M.K., Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, J.T., Roberts, A.J. 2011. Range Cattle Winter Water Consumption in Northern Great Plains. 2011 ASAS Western Section Meeting, Miles City, MT, Meeting Abstract. #37 on CD.
Predicted mineral intake utilizing both water and forage analysis varies by source and location of livestock water in Eastern Montana - (Proceedings)
Mulliniks, J.T., Muscha, J.M., Lodge-Ivey, S.L., and Petersen, M.K. 2010. Predicted mineral intake utilizing both water and forage analysis varies by source and location of livestock water in Eastern Montana. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings 61:182-185.
Fort Keogh Livestock and Range Research Laboratory’s Historic Role in the Settlement of the West and Present Contributions to Range Ecology and Livestock Research - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Petersen, M.K., Muscha, J.M. 2010. Fort Keogh Livestock and Range Research Laboratory’s Historic Role in the Settlement of the West and Present Contributions to Range Ecology and Livestock Research. Rangelands. 32(5):12-16.
Predicted mineral intake utilizing both water and forage analysis varies by source and location of livestock water in Eastern Montana - (Abstract Only)
Mulliniks, J.T., Muscha, J.M., Lodge-Ivey, S.I., Petersen, M.K. 2010. Predicted mineral intake utilizing both water and forage analysis varies by source and location of livestock water in Eastern Montana. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings 88(E-Suppl. 2):685. Abstract #W309.
Mineral concentration of livestock water varies from surfaceto ground sources in Eastern Montana - (Abstract Only)
Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, T., Petersen, M.K. 2010. Mineral concentration of livestock water varies from surfaceto ground sources in Eastern Montana. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts PA-54. (online only)
Mineral concentration of livestock water varies from surface to ground sources in Eastern Montana - (Abstract Only)
Muscha, J.M., Mulliniks, J.T., Petersen, M.K. 2010. Mineral concentration of livestock water varies from surface to ground sources in Eastern Montana. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts PA-54. (online only)
Predicted mineral intake utilizing both water and forage analysis varies by source and location of livestock water in Eastern Montana - (Abstract Only)
Mulliniks, T., Muscha, J.M., Petersen, M.K. 2010. Predicted mineral intake utilizing both water and forage analysis varies by source and location of livestock water in Eastern Montana. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts PC-8. (online only)
Managing Annual Bromes in the Northern Great Plains - (Proceedings)
Vermeire, L.T., Rinella, M.J., Muscha, J.M. 2009. MANAGING ANNUAL BROMES IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS. Symposium Proceedings Range Beef Cow Symposium, Casper, WY.
Growth Regulator Herbicides Prevent Invasive Annual Grass Seed Production - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Rinella, M.J., Haferkamp, M.R., Masters, R.A., Muscha, J.M., Bellows, S.E., Vermeire, L.T. 2010. Growth Regulator Herbicides Prevent Invasive Annual Grass Seed Production. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 3:12-16.
Prescribed fire and grazing effects on carbon dynamics in a northern mixed-grass prairie - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
MacNeil, M.D., Haferkamp, M., Vermeire, L.T., Muscha, J.M. 2008. Prescribed fire and grazing effects on carbon dynamics in a northern mixed-grass prairie. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 127:66-72.
Competitive Dynamics Among Crested Wheatgrass and Native Forbs and Grasses - (Abstract Only)
Muscha, J.M., Haferkamp, M.R., Shaw, N.L., Vermeire, L.T. 2007. Competitive Dynamics Among Crested Wheatgrass and Native Forbs and Grasses. Society of Range Management Abstract #304.
Biological Soil Crusts in Grazed and Ungrazed Wyoming Sagebrush Steppe Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Muscha, J.M., Hild, A.L. 2006. Biological soil crusts in grazed and ungrazed wyoming sagebrush steppe. Journal of Arid Environments 67:195-207.
Measuring Carbon Dioxide Flux over Northern Great Plains Rangeland - (Abstract Only)
Haferkamp, M.R., Macneil, M.D., Vermeire, L.T., Muscha, J.M. 2006. Measuring carbon dioxide flux over northern great plains rangeland. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts #140.
Fire and Grazing Effects on Vegetation and Biological Soil Crusts - (Popular Publication)
Muscha, J.M., Vermeire, L.T., Haferkamp, M.R. 2005. Fire and grazing effects on vegetation and biological soil crusts. 2005 Research Update for Fort Keogh Livestock and Range Research Laboratory. p. 48-49.
Effect of Fire and Grazing on Vegetation and Biological Soil Crusts in Eastern Montana - (Proceedings)
Muscha, J.M., Vermeire, L.T., Haferkamp, M.R. 2005. Effect of fire and grazing on vegetation and biological soil crusts in eastern montana. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts 58:199.
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