Associate Professor Dept. of Crop Science, OSU- 1996-Present Assistant Professor OSU Extension Service- 1989-1996 Extension Agent (Contract) OSU Extension Service- 1989 (5 months) Extension Agronomist Oregon State University (Tunisia)- 1985 Extension Agronomist Oregon State University (Tunisia)- 1984 Ag Consultant US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1982 Ag Training Coordinator US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1982 Training Co-Director and Ag Training Coordinator and US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1981 Volunteer – Extension Agent US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1979-1981 Ind. Sales Contractor Montana Farmer Stockman- 1977-1978 Ag Producer Self Employed (Montana)- 1975-1977
A.A. Miles Community College- 1972 B.S. – Ag Economics Montana State University- 1975 B.S. – Agronomy Montana State University- 1979 M.S. – Crop Science Oregon State University- 1990
The list of components in a dairy cow’s ration includes forages, nonfiber carbohydrate feeds (grains and by-products), rumen degradable and by-pass proteins, fat, minerals, vitamins, and other feed additives.
Central Oregon hay farmers have faced challenges this year with water shortages, drought conditions and supply chain issues.
Shaw said research in recent years has shown teff to be a good low carb hay.