MTSU: Students contribute to agricultural research

MTSU:  Students contribute to agricultural research

Emma Egli

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Patrick Keyser discusses the benefits of producing wrapped haylage and how it is healthier for cattle to consume.

Patrick Keyser discusses the benefits of producing wrapped haylage and how it is healthier for cattle to consume.

MTSU’S new 435 acre farm, formerly Guy James Farm, held a field day to showcase current student research being orchestrated in its facilities.

The event, which was open to the campus community as well as the general public, focused on hay-wrapping techniques currently being researched by MTSU students.

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