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Published June 21, 2018
The eighth annual Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station (WAES) Field Days Bulletin features 95 reports highlighting an array of research projects across the state, including studies involving cattle, sheep, crops, weeds, wildlife, rangelands, forests and wildfire.
The Field Days Bulletin documents and makes publicly available the content of ongoing and completed research projects and activities conducted or funded by WAES, says Bret Hess, WAES director and interim dean in the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
“This bulletin is a reflection of our commitment to document agricultural and other research at our four Research and Extension (R&E) centers in Laramie, Lingle, Powell and Sheridan, at UW and across the state,” Hess says.
Several of the livestock, crop and other studies will be featured at R&E center field days this summer: Saturday, June 30, Sheridan; Thursday, July 19, Powell; Wednesday, Aug. 22, Lingle; and Saturday, Aug. 25, Laramie.
The 2018 bulletin, along with the 2011-17 publications, is posted on the WAES website at www.uwyo.edu/uwexpstn/publications.
For more details about the field days, contact the R&E centers: Laramie, email@example.com, (307) 766-3665; Powell, firstname.lastname@example.org, (307) 754-2223; Lingle, email@example.com, (307) 837-2000; and Sheridan, firstname.lastname@example.org, (307) 673-2856.