Brian Tuck

County Leader (Former)

Biography

Brian is a Professor with Oregon State University Department of Crop and Soil Science and has been with OSU for 28 years. He serves as the Director for the Mid-Columbia Agriculture Research and Extension Center. In addition to administrative duties, Brian is involved in alternative crops research for the Columbia Basin in Oregon focusing on alternative rotational crops for dryland cropping systems with an emphasis on intercropping legumes with small grains. He is also involved with providing educational programming for large and small-acreage farms in the areas of production, integrated pest management, marketing, and soil and water conservation.

Content by Brian Tuck

Mosquito Control Using Outdoor Automated Misting Systems

With the recent announcements that West Nile Virus has been discovered in Oregon, there has been discussion concerning ways to control mosquitoes. One such system that has been developed is to use...

By Brian Tuck, | Article

Living on The Land: Raising Rabbits for Meat—Marketing

This publication is part of the Living on the Land series. It provides concise information on raising rabbits as a source of meat. Topics include legal considerations for selling rabbit meat, classes of meat, processing, and inspection and grading. Use the button below to download this publication...

By Elli Vanderzanden, Brian Tuck | OSU Extension Catalog

Living on The Land: Raising Rabbits for Meat—Providing Basic Care

This publication is part of the Living on the Land series. It provides concise information on raising rabbits as a source of meat. Topics include choosing the correct feed, nail care, and breeding. Use the button below to download this publication as a PDF. Listen to the Living on the Land podcast...

By Elli Vanderzanden, Brian Tuck | OSU Extension Catalog

Living on the Land: Getting Started with Sheep and Goats: Nutrition and Feeding

Sheep and goats require five essential nutrients: water, energy (carbohydrates and fat), protein, vitamins, and minerals. A deficiency in any of these can cause illness, poor growth or performance, and even death. This publication describes ruminant digestion and nutrition.

By Brian Tuck | OSU Extension Catalog

Living on The Land: Raising Rabbits for Meat—Managing Animals' Health

This publication is part of the Living on the Land series. It provides concise information on raising rabbits as a source of meat. Topics include protecting your animals from predators and disease, and providing proper housing. Use the button below to download this publication as a PDF. Listen to...

By Elli Vanderzanden, Brian Tuck | OSU Extension Catalog

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