NEWS COVERAGE - MULTIMEDIA
These multimedia reporting packages on animal and equine science stories at Colorado State University first appeared on the "Rocky Mountain Collegian" online from the fall of 2014 through the spring of 2015. The majority have a complete audio reporting package, but a few also included a brief story, and/or photo or photo essay, which broadened my skills and the type of online coverage I could give my 800 weekly Livestock Lounge blog readers. The "Science of Stockmanship" piece covering livestock handling was an expansion of a "Collegian" piece covering a beef quality assurance event. The diversity in the animal sciences program at Colorado State University was my part of a group website project. All photos copyright Dixie Crowe.
Equine Assisted Therapy Connects Students to Fort Collins Community
Equine Sciences Program Promotes Exchange
Silver Jubilee Competition: CSU Ranch Horse Versatility Team Shines
The Science of Stockmanship
Behavioral science compliments traditional livestock handling
World renown horse trainer and cattleman Curt Pate explains the benefits of low-stress cattle handling techniques in this short video clip.
Dr. Temple Grandin speaking at the Beef Quality Assurance event about how cattle identify people on horseback and on the ground as two different things in this brief audio clip.
Originally published in "The Rocky Mountain Collegian" online September 10, 2014.
Link to package on the "Rocky Mountain Collegian"
Curt Pate and Dr. Temple Grandin demonstrate cattle handling techniques at Colorado State University's Agricultural Research Development Education Center.
Department of Animal Sciences Diversifying
Audio package: Department of Animal Sciences Diversifying.
Originally appeared on diversity project website for class fall 2014.