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Jameson Brennan

Assistant Professor & SDSU Extension Livestock Grazing Specialist

Also by Jameson Brennan

Two producers observing an in-field cattle watering unit.

Water Monitoring Systems for Livestock

Depending on animal locations, checking water tanks can require hours of labor and significant fuel costs for remote pastures. Water monitoring systems offer producers a convenient way to check the status of the water sources remotely.

Beef cattle out at pasture at Cottonwood Field Station
Jul 31

Precision Livestock Field School

SDSU Extension will host the Precision Livestock Field School at the Cottonwood Field Station, July 31 - August 2, 2023

Color-coded map showing rainfall accumulation at the locations of the four hub study sites in South Dakota. For assistance reading this graphic and data set, please call SDSU Extension at 605-688-6729.

Range Roundup: Precision Agriculture Range Project With Producer Participation

SDSU Extension researchers started a new precision agriculture range project using remote sensing, machine learning, and ground-collected vegetation samples to develop an application to measure forage quality and quantity throughout the state in near real-time.