Introduction CSU AgNext and USDA Agricultural Research Services (USDA-ARS) have recently partnered to conduct a new research study that measures the impact of genetics and grazing management on methane emissions and performance in cattle. Graduate student, Ashley Schilling, is leading this project under Dr. Kim
Here at AgNext, we talk a lot about sustainability and what it means. We define sustainability in three distinct pillars: social, environmental, and economic. The work that we do at AgNext is focused on continuously improving animal agriculture within each of these pillars and empower
In the world of science, research is the foundational element. Research teams are integral to universities and higher learning institutions all around the world as they seek out solutions to today’s most complex and pressing problems. AgNext and its expert research team is no exception.
On Friday, May 27, 2022, Colorado Senator Michael Bennet visited Colorado State University’s Agricultural Research, Development, and Education Center (ARDEC) to meet with various agricultural programs to discuss current climate issues in the agricultural industry. AgNext
“This starts with understanding the unique challenges posed by drought. We have no direct control over if it rains or snows — or not. So, what does a drought strategy for a rancher look like? For one, hoping for rain is not a drought strategy. All of us do it, but it doesn’t increase control over the situation. Instead, a strategy has to focus on what you can control.”
By: Rebecca Crook, Media Intern The AgNext team is composed of a variety of employees, including researchers, graduate students, and undergraduates. Our students that are part of a Master’s Degree Program study under Dr. Kim Stackhouse-Lawson, Director of AgNext, and focus their research on sustainability