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Range Science

 


Kevin K. Sedivec, Ph.D.
Program Leader, Range Science
Professor

Office: 201B Morrill Hall
Phone: (701) 231-7647
E-mail: kevin.sedivec@ndsu.edu

Research interests:
Range Nutrition
Noxious Weed Management
Grazing Systems
Rangeland Monitoring
Horse Forages

Training/Education:
Ph.D., Animal and Range Sciences, NDSU -1994
M.S., Animal and Range Sciences, NDSU -1989
B.S., Zoology, NDSU -1987

Courses taught:
RNG 456/656 Range Habitat Management (Guest lecturer)
RNG 458/658 Grazing Ecology (Guest lecturer)

Extension Responsibilities:
Provide statewide leadership in range and natural resource management programs.
Develop and disseminate educational material and programs for County Agents and Citizens of North Dakota.

Provide workshops and training sessions in the field of range management and development of a 12-month forage management system.

Provide leadership for educating our youth (4-H, FFA, and others) on the importance and uses of the range resource, conducting camps and statewide range judging activities.

Publications: 

Sedivec, K.K. , D.A. Tober, W.L. Duckwitz, D.D. Dewald, and J.L. Printz. 2007. Grasses for the Northern Plains. Volume I – Cool-season, R-1323. North Dakota State University Extension Service. 90 pp. 

Neville, B.W., G.P. Lardy, P. Nyren, and K.K. Sedivec. 2006. Evaluating beef cow performance: comparing crested wheatgrass/legume, big bluestem, and foxtail millet in swath grazing. Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Sciences. Vol. 57, 2006. 

Sedivec, K.K. 2006. Drought stressed rangeland – what to expect for forage production in 2007. In: Grass and Beef Research Review, Central Grasslands Research Extension Center, North Dakota State University. 

Sedivec, K.K. and J.L. Printz. 2005. Ranchers Guide to Grassland Management III. North Dakota State University Extension Service. 268 pp. 

Schauer, C.S, G. P. Lardy, W. Slanger, M. Bauer, and K. K. Sedivec. 2004. Self-limiting supplements fed to cattle grazing mixed-grass prairie in the Northern Great Plains. J. Animal Science 82:298-306.


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Range Science Program
School of Natural Resources Science
North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-8901 - Fax: (701) 231-7861
Campus address: Walster Hall 106
Mailing address: Dept 7680 PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: Barb Magnusson

Last Updated: Thursday, November 14, 2013 4:49:04 PM