Meets the diverse need for a reliable reference book on agricultural production, supplies, consumption, facilities, costs and returns. NOTE: Acrobat Reader is needed in order to read the files
Breeds of Livestock
Breeds of cattle, goats, horses, sheep and swine are indexed in this database, with full-text information available for each breed.
Report files that contain time sensitive information with most data in spreadsheet format and updated yearly. A free e-mail subscription service is available.
Journal of Animal Science online: click here
Land Management Handbook
An abstract listing of publications by the Forest Science Program. Adobe Acrobat Reader download is available if needed to view the PDF file.
Pest Management and Identification
Contents of site include: pests of people and animals, plant diseases, weeds, etc. There is a link to information in Spanish.
Provides reliable information on a variety of horticulture topics, with emphasis on the variable climate and microclimates of Colorado. Click on one of 14 categories. Click on desired topic to access text. Click on links provided to find additional information.
This site links to information about breeds, grazing, health strategies, lambing, marketing and nutrition.
Soil Science Society of America
Links are available to full-text soil related articles from this web page.
This database is a Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) site to provide scientifically based soil information.
The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture site contains a wealth of information. The Resources Section is subdivided into publications and information, new releases, links and current issues.
Swine Management and Nutrition
A quick search text box is available on this site; plus a drop box to select a variety of topics. Hotlinks to full text information is also provided.
United States Department of Agriculture
The USDA's mission is to enhance the quality of life for the American people by supporting production of agriculture. There are many links and a search option from the USDA's home page.