The Agroecosystem Management Research Unit (AMRU) is one of about 300 research units in the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), the principal research agency of the
Conduct research, develop innovative technologies, and disseminate information to address society needs.
Sustainable crop and livestock production systems.
Develop sustainable integrated cropping systems and livestock management technologies and disseminate useful information and technologies to customers.
Identifying priority research, with clientele input, to address livestock associated insect, pathogen, and odor issues; to improve management of natural and renewable resources; and to make agriculture more sustainable.
Agroecosystem Management Research Unit
118 Keim Hall
UNL - East Campus 68583