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    Project will study equine-assisted therapy

    A new partnership between two of CSU’s flagship academic programs will lead to a better understanding of the potential benefits of equine-assisted activity and therapy.

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    CSU Perennial Trials reveal 2013 top 10 performers

    After three seasons growing in the challenging conditions of the Rocky Mountains, 10 perennial plants have been named “Top Performers” by researchers at Colorado State University.

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    Annual Flower Trial Garden’s list of winning flowers

    The 2014 gardening season is almost upon us. And if you want to know what flowers to plant this growing season, a list of great possibilities comes from Colorado State University’s Annual Flower Trial Garden.

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    Dr. Steve LeValley Earns the Prestigious Stow Witwer Award

    The 108th National Western Stock Show presented the 2014 Stow Witwer Award to Dr. Steve LeValley at the conclusion of the Junior Market Beef Show. For 32 years, Steve has been the Beef, Junior Market Beef, and Jr. Beef Breeding superintendent at the National Western Stock Show. Steve has also been lead superintendent of the open breeding cattle shows for much of this time period.

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    Lambs frolic at ANNROONZ Sheep Company, Wellington, Colorado, March 1, 2013.

    New Field Investigation Unit solves problems with an approach akin to CSI: Livestock

    Livestock veterinarians and experts in disease diagnostics and herd management at Colorado State University have launched a Field Investigation Unit to help livestock producers solve multipronged problems in herd health and management.


About the College

Colorado State University's mascot Cam the Ram visits Lory State Park, February 28, 2013.

Feeding the world. Protecting the environment. Improving quality of life. These global challenges are a focus of teaching, research and outreach in the CSU College of Agricultural Sciences. Our college is a foundation at a leading land-grant university, and we’re building on Aggie traditions to address contemporary concerns – including the need to meet food demands for a global population that will top 9 billion by 2050. Learn about our nine undergraduateCSU Cares majors, minors and concentration options. Join us! You’ll learn to make a difference while living in incomparable Colorado.

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