Ranchers benefit from SDSU's long-term grazing studies

Jan 24, 2014
Thanks to the foresight of South Dakota State University researchers, South Dakota landowners making management decisions for their grazing lands and livestock can benefit from more than 70 years of data gathered at the Cottonwood Range and Livestock Field Station, operated by SDSU’s Agricultural Experiment Station.

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