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2011 Selected Impact Statements

Management of Volunteer Corn in Sugarbeet and Dry Bean CropsManagement of Volunteer Corn in Sugarbeet and Dry Bean Crops
Growers can save $58 per acre in Wyoming sugarbeets by controlling volunteer corn.
Andrew Kniss, Department of Plant Sciences, akniss@uwyo.edu (pdf - 29K)
Assessing the Economic and Ecological Tradeoffs between Energy Development and Habitat ConservationAssessing the Economic and Ecological Tradeoffs between Energy Development and Habitat Conservation
Wyoming can protect sage-grouse habitat without substantial economic impacts to wind energy sector.
Ben Rashford, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, brashfor@uwyo.edu
(pdf - 29K)
Integrated Cheatgrass Management Program for WyomingIntegrated Cheatgrass Management Program for Wyoming
Enhancing the resource base in Wyoming by reducing cheatgrass-dominated grasslands.
Brian Mealor, Department of Plant Sciences, bamealor@uwyo.edu (pdf - 31K)
Economic Comparison of Weaning and Feeding Strategies for Beef ProductionEconomic Comparison of Weaning and Feeding Strategies for Beef Production
Wyoming producers can save over $10,000 across a 200 head cattle herd using alternative production systems.
Chris Bastian, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, bastian@uwyo.edu
John Ritten, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, jritten@uwyo.edu
Steven Paisley, Department of Animal Science, spaisley@uwyo.edu
Scott Lake, Department of Animal Science, scotlake@uwyo.edu (pdf - 31K)
The Economic Returns to U.S. Public Agricultural Research & DevelopmentThe Economic Returns to U.S. Public Agricultural Research & Development
$30 in benefits for each dollar spent on agricultural R&D.
Matt Anderson, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, mander60@uwyo.edu (pdf - 29K)
Brisket Disease in CattleBrisket Disease in Cattle
Improving Wyoming cattle herds through research in high altitude disease.
Richard J. McCormick, Department of Animal Science, rmccrmck@uwyo.edu (pdf - 30K)

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