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NMSU studies camelina oilseed as crop, livestock feed for northeastern New Mexico

Jan 14, 2011
Camelina, an oilseed crop, could provide a partial solution to the suffering agricultural economy of northeastern New Mexico, according to Manny Encinias, Extension beef cattle specialist at New Mexico State Universitys (NMSU) Clayton Livestock Research Center.

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