Cattle, sheep, traditional and alternative farm crops, weed control and specialty crops including vegetables are among the research projects covered in the third annual Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station (WAES) Field Days Bulletin.
“The WAES Field Days Bulletin is not intended to be a comprehensive report of each experiment; rather, it demonstrates the vast array of activities that may be of interest to a wide variety of citizens in Wyoming,” said WAES director Bret Hess.
“Authors of this peer-reviewed bulletin are requested to address the high points of their specific project and provide contact information in case readers wish to receive more in-depth information about a particular topic,” he added.
Each article lists the respective author’s phone number and email address, and citizens with questions about the research are encouraged to contact the scientists.
This year’s bulletin highlights approximately 80 research projects that were either completed in the past year or are underway at theUniversity of Wyoming’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources; WAES research and extension (R&E) centers near Laramie, Lingle, Powell and Sheridan; at participating farms and ranches; or elsewhere in Wyoming.