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Collaborations

The Forage and Livestock Production Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS,
  • Evaluation and Selection of Festuca Hybrids
  • Resilience and Vulnerability of Beef Cattle Production in the Southern Great Plains Under Changing Climate, Land Use and Markets
  • Modeling Methane Footprints and Emissions in the Southern Great Plains
  • Evaluation of Frost and Drought Events in the U.S. Southern Great Plains from 1981 to 2040
  • Temporal Changes in Bovine Anaplasmosis Infection Status in Endemic Herds
  • NASA/GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, GREENBELT, MD,
  • Cropland Carbon Monitoring System (CCMS)
  • NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY, LAS CRUCES, NM,
  • Diversifying Rainfed Cropping System in the Southern Great Plains to Improve Sustainability of Agriculture
  • OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, STILLWATER, OK,
  • Sustainable Beef-Forage Systems for the Southern Plains
  • The Short and Long-Term Behavioral Effects of Livestock Training on Cattle Grazing in Continuous and Rotational Grazing Systems
  • Determine Greenhouse Gas (Ghg) Emissions from Diverse Grazing Systems in the Southern Great Plains
  • Influence of Frame Score and Finishing System on Carcass and Meat Quality
  • REDLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, EL RENO, OK,
  • Develop Research and Educational Opportunities in Profitable Livestock and Forage Management Systems for Undergraduate Agricultural Students
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX,
  • Evaluating the Effects of Genetics x Environment x Management Interactions on Beef Cattle Performance
  • Beef Cattle Systems Biology: The Rumen Microbiome and Animal Metabolome in Relation to Beef Cattle Forage Intake and Nutrient-Use Efficiency
  • Evaluation of Beef Cattle Performance and Pasture Management Under Diverse Forage and Grazing Systems and Climate Scenarios
  • UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA, NORMAN, OK,
  • Integrated Grassland and Cropland Observation Systems for Multi-Scale Observations Agroecosystem Processes
  • Developing Software and Database Applications Related to Forage and Animal Management