Approximately 1,500 FFA students from around the state competed in the Colorado FFA Career Development Events, hosted over the course of two days at Colorado State University in early May.
Faculty and students at CSU are tapping their extensive expertise in a multi-disciplinary approach to optimize Wagyu breeding through advanced genetics, genomics, animal health and nutrition.
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As harvest season winds to a close, a new student-run food garden established on just four rows of farmland at ARDEC South will have contributed roughly 2,000 pounds of produce to fight food insecurity at Colorado State University.
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The study is evaluating whether integrating solar panels on farms would be a cost benefit to farmers and growers.
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Last fall, the CoAXium Wheat Production System became commercially available to farmers in Colorado, where more than 2 million acres of wheat grows across the eastern plains.
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On CSU’s recent Ag Adventure Day, nearly 2,000 elementary students visited the Agricultural Research, Development and Education Center for a fun day of all-things-ag.
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