|Nevada rancher Agee Smith's innovative range management strategies were integrated into professional development opportunities for area agricultural educators. |
Photo by Mona Whalen.
Before adopting promising new agricultural strategies -- such as diversified, profitable crop rotations, innovative pest management measures, or raising meat for unique markets -- producers want evidence of success. That's why the 2005 SARE Highlights, a 16-page publication from the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program, features a dozen of practical, profit-enhancing ideas that have been researched and tested at universities and on farms and ranches.
The 2005 report is the latest of a series of publications that shed light on some of the most creative research funded by SARE, a program of the Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service, USDA.
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