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Page 2 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER, Research Highlight Dr Lisa Surber and the Montana Wool Lab. Originally from Medicine Hat Alberta Dr Lisa Surber received all. three of her degrees from Montana State University in the Animal. and Range Sciences department She truly bleeds Blue and Gold. Lisa has worked in the Animal and Range Sciences department for. the last 20 years spending the last 9 years in the sheep program. working with Dr Rodney Kott prior to his retirement Rodney made. sure that Lisa acquired the skills needed to run the Montana Wool. Lab but also trained her in all aspects of his sheep program. Lisa is the Manager of the Montana Wool Lab The Montana Wool. Lab is one of only two university affiliated wool labs in the U S. Lisa assists Montana sheep and wool producers with understanding. emerging wool marketing trends and developing relationships with. companies to increase demand for Montana wool The Montana. Wool Lab manager is responsible for a significant wool education. effort in the state of Montana and regionally This year laboratory. wool quality analyses and ranch visits to test wool and educate producers on wool quality increased by 25 over. the previous year Lisa recently received her Advanced Wool Classer III certification from American Sheep Indus. try Association There are less than 10 Level III classers in. Lisa is involved in many sheep and wool research and exten. sion projects Some of these include sheep producers area. seminars one on one consultations with agents and produc. ers wool pool delivery marketing wool pool meeting up. dates Montana Ram Sale grower informational program. wool quality testing sale catalog ram evaluation sifting sale. assistance teaching wool section of ARNR 432 and 232 sup. port of producer shearing and wool classing activities and. coaching MSU Wool Judging team The MSU Wool Judging. team recently place 5th in the nation at the NWSS in Denver. She is well known throughout the state for her sheep ultra. sound skills as she is a NSIP Certified Sheep Scanner and. primarily uses ultrasound technology to measure loin eye area for genetic improvement in the sheep industry in. Montana and surrounding states She works closely with the 4 H Market Lamb program at the county and state lev. el Her two sons are involved in the 4 H market lamb project in Gallatin County. If you would like to contact Lisa she can be,reached at. PH 406 994 2093,Email lmsurber montana edu,Page 3 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER. Awards Publications Presentations, New grant Jennifer Thomson and Mike Frisina were New publication Stumpf R M Wilson B A Rivera A. awarded 9 000 from the Wild Sheep Foundation for Yildirim S Yeoman C J White B A Polk J D Leigh. DNA analysis of Kyrgyzstan wild sheep S R 2013 Primate vaginal microbial ecology Compara. tive context and implications for human health and dis. New publication Frisina M R and Frisina R M ease Am J Phys Anthropol 57 119 134. 2013 Phenotype evaluation of free ranging European. mouflon Taprobanica 5 2 157 162 Jeff Mosley was awarded the Green Award for Leader. ship in Extension Sustainability Programming for the. New publication Thrift T M T K Mosley and J C Association of Natural Resource Extension Profession. Mosley 2013 Impacts from winter early spring elk als. grazing in foothills rough fescue grassland West N Am. Naturalist 73 4 497 504 New grant Carl Yeoman along with Gibson Gaylord. Bozeman Fish Technology Center US Fish Wildlife, New grant Carl J Yeoman and Seth Walk were Service and Daniel Bearden Hollings Marine Lab In.
awarded 356 400 from the National Institutes of stitute of Standards and Technology Charleston SC. Health s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious were awarded 800 000 from the USDA National Insti. Disease for a project entitled Microbial Polyamine tute of Food and Agriculture NIFA The title of this. Mediated Reductions in Vaginal Acidity A Mechanistic grant is Development Of Dietary Interventions To. Understanding Mitigate Climate Induced Alterations Of Rainbow Trout. Oncorhynchus mykiss Gut Microbial Populations And, New grant Carl J Yeoman was awarded 7 465 by the Protein Metabolism. College of Agriculture to enable to enable the purchase. of an MA 10 methane analyzer The new equipment Jeff Mosley and coauthors Rachel Frost Brent Roeder. augments Dr Brett Olsen s respirometer and will be Tracy Mosley and Jerry Marks presented a paper at the. used in three departmental classes to provide students Society for Range Management Annual Meeting in Or. with hands on experience in indirect calorimetry and lando FL entitled Is Targeted Sheep Grazing Compati. enhance their understanding of metabolism ble with Biological Control of Spotted Knapweed. Carl J Yeoman was an invited plenary speaker at the Jeff Mosley presented an invited paper at the Montana. Symposium on Gut Health in Production Animals in Young Ag Couples Conference in Helena entitled. Kansas City MO held November 11 13 Presenting a Grazing Decisions During and After Drought. talk entitled The Bovine Gut Microbiota At the inter. face Between Nutrition Health and Development New grant Jennifer Thomson was awarded the In. structional Innovation Grant from Montana State Uni. New publication Xie G Duff G C Hall L W Allen versity for the proposal CyberSheep Integration of a. J D Burrows C D Bernal Rigoli J C Dowd S E Competitive Simulation Model of Animal Breeding into. Guerriero V Yeoman C J 2013 Alteration of diges ANSC 322 Principles of Animal Breeding and Genetics. tive tract microbiome in neonatal Holstein bull calves by and ARNR 524 Advanced Animal Breeding. bacitracin methylene diasalicylate treatment and scours. J Animal Sci 91 4984 4990 New grant Tommy Bass was awarded 45 257 from. the Montana Department of Military on his proposal. New publication Marietta E V Gomez A Yeoman FFY12 HS MSU Extension Agro Emergency Prepared. C J Tilahun A Clark C R Luckey D Murray J A ness Planning and Exercise. White B A Kudva Y C Rajagopalan G 2013 Low, incidence of type I diabetes in non obese diabetic mice New grant Carl Yeoman was awarded 45 800 from. raised on a gluten free diet is associated with changes in the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee for his pro. the intestinal microbiota PLoS One 8 78687 posal Determining the Potential of Wheat Stem Sawfly. Endosymbiotic Microbiota for Exploitation in Develop. ing Unique Management Strategies,Page 4 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER. Awards Publications Presentations continued, New grant Pat Hatfield was awarded 40 000 by the Rachel Endecott was a speaker at the Ag Expo held at. College of Agriculture to enable the purchase of Grow MSU in November of 2013 The Ag Expo brought hun. Safe system dreds of FFA and 4 H students to the MSU campus. Rachel s talk was titled Spotlight on MSU s Animal. and Range Sciences Programs, Recent Events Held in the Animal Bioscience Building.
October 4 2013 Year for Engaged Leadership Meeting. October 9 10 2013 External Review for the Department of Animal Range Sciences. October 23 2013 Extended University Outreach and Engagement Council Mtg. November 4 2013 Sustainable Food Systems Advisory Mtg. November 12 2013 Montana Arts Council Mtg, November 20 2013 MSU Center For Faculty Excellence Workshop. December 3 2013 Equine Boosters Lunch Mtg, December 4 2013 Listening Session with Search Committee for New VP for Ag position. December 21 22 29 2013 Student Laboratory Workshop w Carl Yeoman. January 15 2014 Crop Meeting w Darrin Boss, January 31 2014 Molecular Biosciences Fellowship Mtg. February 5 2014 Microbiology Infectious Disease Select Agent Program Training. February 6 2014 Towne s Harvest Farm OAEC Board Meeting. February 7 2014 Stillwater Range Association Mtg,February 20 21 2014 Academic Quadtrathlon. March 6 2014 Green House Workshop w Gallatin County Extension Agent. March 6 2014 Animal Range Sciences Advisory Committee Mtg. March 7 2014 MSU Grant Writing Boot Camp,March 17 2014 COA Scholarship Committee Mtg.
Page 5 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER,Other News. The Department of Animal Range Sciences was recently the recipient of a 2 million gift. This 2 million endowment will be used to support a scholar who will lead faculty and students. in research that will provide direct benefits to Montana ranchers The gift was made by Nancy. Cameron an MSU alumna in honor of her family s pioneering heritage Photo courtesy of Nan. cy Cameron, Rodney Kott was given the rank of Professor Emeritus of Animal and Range Sciences at the. meeting of the Board of Regents of Higher Education held March 6 7 2014. Professor Emeritus Ray Ansotegui is teaching the ANSC 234 Beef Practicum for. the last half of the Spring 2014 semester Ray was with the Animal Range Sci. ences Department from 1994 until 2006 We would all like to thank Ray for help. ing out with this class It is certainly nice to see Ray s smile around the depart. ment again, Rachel Endecott was honored as the Most Valuable Professor during the November. 2 2013 MSU Bobcat Football game against Northern Colorado This radio spot was. broadcast to the fans and radio audience during the game and can be heard here. Rachel Endecott radio, Rachel was also featured in The Pinke Post a blog by Katie Pinke of Wishek ND that. promotes agriculture http thepinkepost com 2013 11 dr rachel endecott. We would like to invite you to Like us on Facebook. and keep up with the latest postings on the Department. of Animal Sciences You will find job postings intern. ship opportunities award announcements upcoming,events etc.
You can find our page at https www facebook com MSU Animal Range Sciences. Page 6 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER,Equine Science Program News. Legacy of Legends Horse Clinic Las Vegas NV, The MSU Equine Program was showcased at Buck Brannaman s annual Legacy of. Legends event in Las Vegas NV Jan 30 Feb 3 The Legacy of Legends is a memo. rial horse clinic and scholarship fundraiser that celebrates the life and accomplish. ments of Tom and Bill Dorrance and Ray Hunt The Legacy of Legends Founda. tion endeavors to promote and protect the teaching and ideas of these legendary. horsemen The annual event attracts hundreds of horse enthusiasts including. youths from across the United States and around the globe The three day educa. tional event is the foundation s primary scholarship fundraising event The founda. Ceily Highberger, tion s goal is to generate funding for scholarships to deserving students in pursuit of. a higher level of equestrian education and consciousness in conjunction with the horse Buck Brannaman s daugh. ter Reata Brannaman is the current instructor for two MSU Equine Science horse training courses Additionally. one of MSU s current students and the teaching assistant for the colt starting and advanced training techniques. courses Ceily Highberger was a 2013 scholarship recipient. Buck Brannaman and Ray Hunt s widow Carolyn Hunt sponsored MSU s Equine. Science program at the Legacy of Legends The event was a tremendous recruiting. and national public relations opportunity to showcase our program on a grand stage. said MSU s equine science professor Dr Shannon Moreaux With financial support. from the MSU Equine Boosters and the College of Agriculture I was able to take 4. students to represent our program and the MSU Boosters Top of the West Horse. Sale In addition to myself and the 4 sponsored students 6 other students attended. and helped promote the program exceedingly well Dr Moreaux said the MSU Eq. uine Science booth was very visible and well visited by interested buyers and stu. dents alike Each year the MSU Equine Boosters seek donations of a dozen or more. Katie Vincent Ceily Highberger young horses to be used in horse training courses After nearly a year of training the. and Reata Brannaman promot, ing MSU s Equine Science pro horses are auctioned at the annual Top of the West Horse Sale which is slated for. gram at the Legacy of Legends April 5th this year We had pictures pedigrees and descriptions for each sale horse. and videos of all the horses for everyone to preview The students did a great job of. promoting the sale and the equine science program said instructor Reata Brannaman. Top of the West Horse Sale, Reata Brannaman hosted a mini preview o the MSU Colt Starting Class colts on Febru.
ary 17 2014 This was followed by a Horsemanship class by Buck Bannaman see next. page The colts that were previewed will be up for sale during the 8th Annual Top of the. West horse sale on April 5 2014 at Copper Spring Ranch in Bozeman MT This event is. hosted by the MSU Equine Boosters This horse sale was started by Bob Hanson former. chairman of the boosters to raise funds for the equine education program at MSU. For more information on the Top of the West horse sale contact Reata Brannaman at. 307 752 7987 or by Email reatabrannaman gmail com,Top of the West catalog cover designed. by MSU student Hannah Ballantyne,Page 7 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER. Equine Science Program News continued,Buck Brannaman Horsemanship Clinic. Montana State University s Department of Animal and Range Sciences hosted a horsemanship clinic for MSU stu. dents with internationally celebrated horseman Buck Brannaman on February 17 2014 The clinic was held at the. Miller Pavilion at MSU, Brannaman a world renowned horseman who holds an honorary doctorate in equine science from MSU was one. inspiration for the character Tom Booker in the Nicholas Evans novel The Horse Whisperer which was made into. a film directed by and starring Robert Redford, Brannaman practices a unique approach to horsemanship and teaches a philosophy that respects a horse s natural.
instincts This training method encourages a deep connection between horse and human The film Buck a docu. mentary featuring Brannaman s work won the U S Documentary Competition Audience Award at the 2011 Sun. dance Film Festival Brannaman regularly serves as a motivational speaker on the topics of animal and child abuse. and conducts national and international horsemanship clinics and lectures. MSU s College of Agriculture equine science major is one of the fastest growing programs on campus Branna. man s daughter Reata Brannaman is an MSU student and currently teaches colt starting classes. Below are some pictures from the clinic including one of his daughter Reata on horseback. Page 8 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER,Student Events. Congratulations to the MSU Collegiate Cattlewomen Advisor Dr. Jane Ann Boles,Tyson Foods Inc in conjunction with the Animal. Agriculture Alliance s College Aggies Scholarship,Competition CAO and the Montana State Univer. sity Collegiate Cattlewomen donated a truckload of. protein to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank located in. Bozeman Montana,We re always looking for ways to raise awareness. about the seriousness of hunger across the country. said Tyson Foods director of social media Jack, Pate And this is one of those events that does that.
while meeting the immediate need of hunger that so. An online competition open to all college students. with an interest in agriculture CAO aims to help, Collegiate Cattlewomen with Dr Jane Ann Boles front row far. college students utilize social media and advocacy. right to share agriculture s story Since its launch in 2009. more than 1500 college students from more than, 100 different colleges and universities have registered to participate in the. This fall participating clubs were assigned a variety of challenges includ. We are grateful for the 500 lbs of, ing hosting a food drive on their college campuses The club that collected. food that the MSU Collegiate, the most food for their local food bank would receive a donation of protein Cattlewomen collected for the food. in their name from program sponsor Tyson Foods This year s food drive drive and then we were informed of. challenge winner was the Collegiate Cattlewomen an agriculture club at this incredible donation through. Montana State University which collected nearly 500 pounds of food the Animal Ag Alliance s. competition said Jill Holder, Tyson Foods has long had a tradition of charitable giving targeted towards Operations Manager for the.
Gallatin Valley Food Bank This, hunger relief efforts said Alliance President and CEO Kay Johnson is the largest single food donation. Smith We are so proud that through Tyson s sponsorship of our CAO that we have received and we are. program we were able to inspire this year s participants to give back to thrilled The truckload of protein is. their local communities so significant that we will be able to. help local families for nearly a, Meat and poultry are nutrient dense foods according to health experts and year We are thankful for our local. club that showed such initiative, can be especially helpful to people who need more protein including chil. and to Tyson for their charitable, dren pregnant women the elderly and anyone undergoing severe stress giving. disease or disability According to food banks nationwide meat and poul. try are the most requested and least available foods. For more information about Tyson Food s donation or the CAO competition please contact Emily Mere. dith at 703 562 5160,Page 9 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER.
Student Events continued, Congratulations to the MSU Wool Judging Team and Advisor Dr. Lisa Surber, The 2014 Wool Judging Team competed in the 2014 National Western Stock. Show Collegiate Wool Judging contest in Denver CO The MSU team placed. 5th overall Sarah Boyer placed 5th high in placing and Rebecca Gibbs placed. 8th high over all individual The Wool Judging Team is coached by Dr Lisa. Surber standing far right, Wool judging teams have three competitions available to them during the. school year In addition to Denver the team will compete in Houston and in. San Antonio, The opportunity to participate on a judging team benefits MSU students by. developing their public speaking skills and expanding their knowledge about. wool Both are important for careers in agriculture. Congratulations MSU Academic Quadtrathlon Team on, Collegiate Quiz Bowl Contest and Coach Dr Rachel Endecott.
Winning several local and regional competitions throughout the year Montana State University s Academic. Quadtrathlon Team competed in the Collegiate Quiz Bowl contest at the during the 2014 Cattle Industry Conven. tion in Nashville in early February These Bobcats were Kenneth Gaskill Katy Klick Jared Hardaway Lane. Schmitt and advisor Dr Rachel Endecott, The competition places teams from across the country head to head to answer complex questions about the live. stock industry as quickly as possible In game show style the student to buzz in first has the opportunity to an. swer the question and his or her team is then awarded points for correct answers and lose points for incorrect at. During the national competition MSU competed,against teams from Kansas State University and. Penn State University Out of all the teams in the,nation the Bobcats took home the 4th place spot. Next the team will travel to San Angelo TX for,Western Section American Society of Animal Sci. ence WSASAS regionals in June,MSU Collegiate Quiz Bowl team R to L Kenneth.
Gaskill Katy Klick Coach Dr Rachel Endecott,Jared Hardaway and Lane Schmitt. Page 10 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER,Student Events continued. Congratulations MSU Range Club and Coaches Dr Craig Carr. and Merrita Fraker Marble, Members of the MSU Range Team competed against students. from the United States Canada and Mexico in Plant ID ex. temporaneous speaking and the Undergraduate Range Man. agement Exam URME MSU competition results McKenna, Brown placed 3rd Susan Massar placed 10th and Jarrett. Payne placed 12th out of 155 students from 22 schools and 3. countries in the URME The team placed 3rd a combined. team score in the URME as well The URME group is, coached by Merrita Fraker Marble Rachel Abeh placed.
2nd and Austin Standley placed 4th in the extemporaneous. speaking contest We also had 3 students in the top 25 com. bined score combined plant ID and URME ie they did well. in both contests which is a real feat including Jarrett Payne in 13th place McKenna Brown in 14th place and. Susan Massar in 25th place,Upcoming Dates, April 5 2014 Top of the West Horse Sale Copper Spring Ranch Bozeman MT. April 22 23 2014 2014 Montana Nutrition Conference and Livestock Forum GranTree Inn. May 2 2014 Pre Graduation Celebration for students in the Department of Animal. Range Sciences 1st floor Atrium Animal Bioscience Building. May 3 2014 MSU Commencement, June 23 2014 Central Ag Research Center Field Days. June 26 2014 Southern Ag Research Center Field Days. July 2 2014 Northern Ag Research Center Field Days. July 8 2014 Post Farm Field Days Bozeman, July 15 2014 Western Ag Research Center Field Days. July 16 2014 Northwestern Ag Research Center Field Days. July 24 2014 Eastern Ag Research Center Field Days. September 26 27 2014 MSU Homecoming,November 7 8 2014 Celebrate Ag. November 13 15 2014 John Deere Ag Expo,Page 11 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER.
Goodbye and Good Luck to Terry Theisen Pete Olind Willie. Douma and K C Davis, Terry Theisen left and Pete Olind right both retired earlier. this year and a reception was held in their honor on Thursday. January 16 in the Animal Biosciences Building Pete has re. tired from 31 years of service in animal operations at Red. Bluff and Terry has retired from 10 years of service in animal. operations on the BART animal operations crew We are. grateful for their service and we wish them luck in retirement. Willie Douma has been the Animal Bioscience Building custodian since the building. was built in 2010 The department hosted a reception for Willie on Thursday Feb. ruary 27 2014 He is a friend to all of us and we wish him luck in this new chapter. Hopefully he will visit from time to time, A special retirement reception was held for Kathleen KC Davis on Wednesday March. 19 2014 to honor her 22 plus years of service as a Research Associate in the Depart. ment of Animal Range Sciences KC was one of our family and will truly be. missed We all wish her health and happiness in her retirement and hope she enjoys. time spent with all those wonderful grandchildren,Pre Graduation Celebration. The Department of Animal Range Sciences will host a Pre Graduation Celebration on Friday May 2 2014 at. 4 00 pm in the Animal Bioscience Building Atrium Dr Pat Hatfield faculty and staff would like to invite you to. attend Spring 2014 graduates from the department will be honored at this event Denise Thompson and Peggy. Kelley are the organizers of the event and if you would like more information you can contact Denise at 406 994. 5582 or by Email deniset montana edu or Peggy at 406 994 3415 or by Email Kelley montana edu. Page 12 ANIMAL RANGE SCIENCES NEWSLETTER,Current News Update on Position Searches. The Animal and Range Sciences Department at Montana State. University is growing and currently has searches in progress for several. positions Updates on these searches are outlined below. Extension Forage Specialist Assistant Professor, Dr Emily Glunk has been hired and will begin in mid June of 2014.
Non Tenure Track Faculty Position Instructor, Hannah DelCuto has been hired and will begin in July of 2014. Extension Beef Cattle Specialist Assistant Professor of Beef Production. Interviews have just finished and an offer will be extended soon. Lab Manager,Interviewing will begin on April 11 2014. Wildlife Habitat Ecologist Assistant Professor, Phone interviews have been made and reference calls are currently being conducted. Animal Physiologist Assistant Associate Professor, The Search Committee has started screening applications. If you have further questions please contact the Animal and Range Sciences Department at 406 994 3721 or Susan. Cooper at scooper montana edu,Help Support Animal and Range Sciences.
A gift to the department is a great way to support student and faculty endeavors Donations can be earmarked for student schol. arship funds faculty research the new Animal Bioscience Building and more. For more information about making a donation to the department contact. Kevin Brown,Director of Development,MSU College of Agriculture. Alumni Foundation FD 225,Bozeman MT 59717,PH 406 994 4815. Email kbrown montana edu,Animal Bioscience Building. www animalrange montana edu,Newsletter edited and compiled by Susan Cooper.

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