Range & Forage Management

Range and forage management research involves the study of grazing distribution, stocking rates, grazing systems, fertilization practices, forage types, and many other management practices used by grazingland operators. The scope of research extends from native grasses to planted annual forages.

The research team in Agronomy focuses on:

  • Comparison of different grazing management systems
  • Effect of grazing distribution on grassland productivity
  • Effect of management practices on grazing distribution patterns
  • Fertilization of tamegrass pastures and rangelands
  • Smallgrain and summer annual forages
  • Tamegrass pasture variety testing

Research Faculty