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Hughes’ passion shines through work with Seedstock Merchandising Team

Out of thousands of undergraduate students, only eight are selected each year to be members of the prestigious team that will be competing in the coming weeks at the National Western Stock Show. Rachel Hughes is one of those eight.

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Ag Ambassador on the frontlines of the National Western Stock Show

Wilson Ogg looks forward to this time of year. This is when he gets to be front and center at the National Western Stock Show – a nationally recognized Western heritage and entertainment event that attracts more than 650,000 visitors each year

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CSU Meat Judging Team plans to be a cut above the rest

As part of January’s National Western Stock Show, Brenna Klauer will lead her team as they compete in the American Meat Science of American National Western Stock Show Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest at the JBS facility in Greeley, Colo. on Jan. 15.

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2017 Ag Outlook and Strategy Forums for Producers

Colorado State University Extension will host six outlook and strategy forums throughout the state in January and February.

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Animal Sciences faculty member and alumni among 25 Future Icons of the Meat Industry

National Provisioner magazine has again noted Colorado State University’s prominence in the meat industry by naming one faculty member and two alumni to the list of “25 Future Icons of the Meat Industry.”

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Ag alumnus to serve on EPA Board of Scientific Counselors

CSU alumnus Robert Richardson, who graduated with his Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics in 2002, has been appointed to the Board of Scientific Counselors of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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Media Tip Sheet: CSU and the National Western Stock Show

The following is a collection of Colorado State University events, experts and resources related to the National Western Stock Show. The Stock Show runs Jan. 7-22 at the National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St., Denver.

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Residential dining centers embrace Farm to Table

Lettuce grown on campus makes its way to residential dining center salad bars.

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Microbial traits, not plants, determine abundance of soil organic matter

Researchers offer new evidence for microbial pathways being the chief originator of organic matter found in stable soil carbon pools.

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Plant Identification and Judging Team brings home honors from regional competition

When the Mid-American Collegiate Horticultural Society comes to the Colorado State University campus in 2018, the CSU Horticulture Club will build on what they learned from the 2016 competition.

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