Dr. James Muir

Regents Professor
Texas A&M AgriLife Research
[email protected]
1229 N US Highway 281
Stephenville, TX 76401
United States


LS24-398 Integrating tannin-rich legumes into tall fescue pastures to strengthen the sustainability of beef cattle production in the southern United States
LS23-385 Reducing the Environmental Impact of Beef Production Through the Use of Naturally Occurring Secondary Plant Metabolites in Southeastern Forage Systems
GS22-273 Native Texas Perennial Bunchgrass for Bioenergy Feedstock and Ruminant Nutrition
GS20-227 Texas Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) Phenotypic Attribute Correlations to Collection Site Environment Characteristics
GS14-133 Effects of Simulated and Insect Herbivory on Total and Protein Percipitable Phenolic Concentrations of Two Legumes
LS05-175 Sustainable and profitable control of invasive plant species by small ruminants
LS03-150 Sustainable and profitable control of invasive species by browsing goats on small farms