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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location
ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Animal Health (NP #103)
Understanding and Mitigating the Adverse Effects of Poisonous Plants on Livestock Production Systems
(Appropriated)
Development and Validation of a Hplc-Esi(+) Ms-Based Analysis of Toxic Dhpas and Their N-Oxides in Petasites Spp. and Related Dietary Supplements
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Rangeland Restoration on the Channel Scablands of Eastern Washington
(Reimbursable)
Developing An Understanding of Soil and Forage Selenium Concentrations and the Effect of Selenium Concentration on Feed Preference by Elk
(Trust)
Food Safety, (animal and plant products) (NP #108)
Understanding and Mitigating the Adverse Effects of Poisonous Plants on Livestock Production Systems
(Appropriated)
Development and Validation of a Hplc-Esi(+) Ms-Based Analysis of Toxic Dhpas and Their N-Oxides in Petasites Spp. and Related Dietary Supplements
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Rangeland Restoration on the Channel Scablands of Eastern Washington
(Reimbursable)
Developing An Understanding of Soil and Forage Selenium Concentrations and the Effect of Selenium Concentration on Feed Preference by Elk
(Trust)
Pasture, Forage and Rangeland Systems (NP #215)
Understanding and Mitigating the Adverse Effects of Poisonous Plants on Livestock Production Systems
(Appropriated)
Development and Validation of a Hplc-Esi(+) Ms-Based Analysis of Toxic Dhpas and Their N-Oxides in Petasites Spp. and Related Dietary Supplements
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Rangeland Restoration on the Channel Scablands of Eastern Washington
(Reimbursable)
Developing An Understanding of Soil and Forage Selenium Concentrations and the Effect of Selenium Concentration on Feed Preference by Elk
(Trust)
Last Modified: 8/19/2014
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