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Welcome to Fort Keogh, a 55,000 acre USDA- Agricultural Research Service rangeland beef cattle research facility operated in cooperation with the Montana Agricultural Experiment Station. Click on the picture for an Introduction to Fort Keogh.
Beef cattle research at Fort Keogh includes reproduction, growth, nutrition, breeding, and genomics. Click on the picture for more information on our animal research programs.
Fort Keogh has a vast historical aspect as it was once a military fort and a remount station. Click on the picture to investigate the history of the station.
The people at Fort Keogh are involved with many things. Click on the picture to find out what they have been up to and find upcoming tours and events.
Range Research at Fort Keogh includes fire, drought, weed, nutrition, and soil. Click on the picture for more information on our range research programs.
The annual Hoofin' It For Hunger run at Fort Keogh includes a 1/2 marathon, 10 K, 5 K, and 1/2 mile fun run raising funds/food for the foodbank via the Feds Feed Families.
The Range and Livestock Research is located in Miles City, MT and is part of the Plains Area.
The Research Leader is Mark Petersen.
USDA-ARS-PA-Livestock & Range Res. Lab (LARRL)
243 Fort Keogh Road
Miles City, MT 59301