The Range and Livestock Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.
Current collaborators and projects:
CONSULTORIA AGROPECUARIA JUNIOR (CONAPEC JR.), BOTUCATU, SAO PAULO, ,
Identify Mechanisms by Which Ovulatory Follicle Size Affects Pregnancy Establishment and Maintenance in Beef Cows
MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIROMENTAL QUALITY, HELENA, MT,
Follow-up Shrub Establishment Study
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY,INC, BOZEMAN, MT,
Range Cow Adaptive Mechanisms to Stressors: Genetic, Metabolic and Behavioral
Physiological and Molecular Basis of Inbreeding Depression
U.S. FOREST SERVICE, BISMARCK, ND,
Rangeland Production and Condition Following Spring Wildfire
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA RESEARCH FOUNDATION, IN, Athens, GA,
Enhance Genetic Improvement of Fertility Traits in Beef Cattle through Genomics
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SYSTEM, COLUMBIA, MO,
Effect Of Ovulatory Follicle Size On The Establishment And Maintenance Of Pregnancy In Beef Cows
USDA FARM SERVICE AGENCY, Washington, DC,
How Do Management Factors Affect CRP Planting Success?
USDA, FARM SERVICE AGENCY, Washington, DC,
Phase 2, How Do Management Factors Affect CRP Planting Success
WILDWOOD TRAILS, INC., Bozeman, MT,
How do Management Factors Affect CRP Planting Success?