Scientists are are trying to help pork producers respond to consumers' concerns. “We want to assess and evaluate animal welfare objectively...we want to be sure animal welfare is safeguarded based on science and knowledge, rather than just saying that animal welfare is bad or good,” said Yuzhi Li of the WCROC.
Each growing season, hundreds of annual flower cultivars are trialed in the Horticulture Display Garden at the U of MN WCROC, Morris. By the end of the season, certain varieties truly stand out as a superior performer. Steve Poppe, horticulture scientist at the WCROC, determines the Top Ten Performing Annuals for our area. The 2016 Top Ten were recently featured on KARE 11.
The U of MN has become one of the world leaders having developed novel production technologies and a globally-unique wind-to-ammonia pilot plant located at the WCROC. New funding from USDA ARPA-E will further advance this important research.
The U of MN is the locus of a unique and globally significant collection of research efforts that promise to have significant impacts in the ammonia industry and the broader energy sector. And the story began in the early 2000's at the WCROC.
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