Kim Cassida, Ph.D.
Dr. Cassida works towards building sustainability of agroecosystems through inclusion of forage and cover crops. Her research and extension programming focuses on alfalfa and grass management for hay and haylage, use of perennials and cover crops as pasture for cattle and sheep, and the interactions among soils, plants, and animals in integrated crop-livestock systems.
- Kimberly A. Cassida's publications on Google Scholar.
Alfalfa fields wanted to test method for detecting autotoxicity before planting
Published on May 2, 2023
March is frost seeding month in Michigan
Published on February 20, 2023
Online Hay Production 101 short course is back by popular demand in 2023
Published on January 27, 2023
Should dairies utilize grasses to increase forage NDF digestibility?
Published on August 1, 2022
MSU researcher part of new $10M project to study, support diverse perennial forage systems across the US
Published on November 15, 2021
Strategies for Managing Mycotoxins, Ear Rots, and Ear Damaging Insects in Corn Silage
Published on November 9, 2021
Planting Date and Seeding Rate Impact Ear Rots, Mycotoxins, and Quality in Corn Silage
Published on November 8, 2021
Managing perennial pastures to withstand drought
Published on June 24, 2021
Forage alternatives for livestock in drought years
Published on June 4, 2021