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Michael K. O'Neill, Ph.D.
New Mexico State University - ASC Farmington
PO Box 1018
Farmington, NM 87499-1018
Email: Mick O Neill
Office: 505.960-7757; Mobile: 505.860.4265; Fax: 505.960.5246; ASC Farmington

Current Position
Professor of Agronomy

Project Management: Senor scientist, team management, research station management
Agricultural Development: Agronomy, agroforestry, crop management, drip-irrigation, agricultural water management, soil and water conservation.
Research and Extension: Crop variety testing, small-scale irrigation, intensive gardening, biofuel feedstock, hybrid poplar adaptation to Northwest New Mexico
In-country: Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Tanzania, and India
Languages: English (first language); French (fair speaking and writing) and familiar with Swahili

Education and Training

Ph.D.   Agronomy and Plant Genetics,
           University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona - 1982
M.S.    Soil and Water Science,
           University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona - 1979
Diploma    Social Ecology,
           
Goddard College, Planfield, Vermont - 1975
B.S.     Biology/Chemistry,
           Concordia University, Montreal, Canada - 1971

Employment, Relevant Projects, and Achievements
1999 - Present New Mexico State University

Professor and Jose Fernandez Memorial Chair in Crop Production; 2010 - Present

  • Manage drip-irrigation hybrid poplar research program for adaptation to northwest New Mexico climate zone, including clonal, water-use, and phytoremediation trials
  • Coordinate crop variety trial program including alfalfa, canola, corn, and winter wheat
  • Developed intern program for students from NMSU, San Juan College, and Dine College; funded through Jose Fernandez Chair
  • Financially contributed to (through Jose Fernandez Chair) and co-coordinated the Service Learning for Women (SLW) program with the CGIAR-supported African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) program based at the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
  • Partially funded through Jose Fernandez Chair and coordinated faculty exchange from ICRAF to NMSU and advised student exchange from NMSU to Rwanda working with ICRAF mentor

Associate Professor and Superintendent; 2005 - 2010
  • Administered and oversaw the working operations of the Agricultural Science Center at Farmington, a 250-acre agricultural research facility with surface and subsurface drip, plus solid set, side roll, and center pivot sprinkler irrigation capabilities
  • Served as Supervisor for 3 research scientists, 9 support personnel, and summer students/temporary employees
  • Managed drip-irrigated hybrid poplar research program for adaptation to northwest New Mexico including clonal, water-use, and phytoremediation trials
  • Coordinated crop variety trial program including alfalfa, camelina, canola, corn, oats, onions, soybeans, sunflower, and winter wheat
  • Developed and secured authorization for a MOU with San Juan College to provide NMSU faculty to college for teaching and development of horticulture program
  • Contributed to Irrigation Master Plan for Rwanda while on 6-month Sabbatical with ICRAF
  • Examined efficient irrigation for water conservation (Co-PI) (USDA funding)
  • Studied hybrid poplar as a regional ethanol feedstock (Co-PI) (USDA, USDOE funding)

Assistant Professor and Superintendent; 1999 - 2005
  • Administered and oversaw the working operations of the Agricultural Science Center at Farmington, a 250-acre agricultural research facility with surface and subsurface drip, plus solid set, side roll and center pivot sprinkler irrigation capabilities
  • Managed drip-irrigated hybrid poplar research program for adaptation to northwest New Mexico through clonal trials
  • Coordinated crop variety trial program including alfalfa, barley, beans, corn, oats, onions, potatoes, soybeans, spring and winter wheat
  • Served as Supervisor for 2 research scientists, 7 support personnel, and summer students/temporary employees
  • Secured $300,000 in recurrent funding from the NM State Legislature for NMSU-ASC
  • Secured $200,000 in capital funding from the NM State Legislature for NMSU-ASC
  • Developed and secured authorization for a MOU with World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) to foster collaboration between both institutions and encourage direct contact and cooperation between faculty and students
  • Developed project in Enhancing Irrigation Efficiency through Education (PI) (USBOR funding)
  • Studied modification of the composition and quality of hybrid poplar biomass in the Pacific Northwest (Co-PI) (USDA, DOE funding)
  • Carried out demonstration and comparison of irrigation systems on the Navajo Nation (Co-PI) (State of AZ funding)
  • Conducted Four Corners Area Irrigation Workshop; 2-day sessions during 5 summers (Co-PI) (USBOR funding)
  • Studied Low-tech Micro-irrigation for small-scale Navajo producers (Co-PI) (USBOR funding

1991 - 1999 World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
Senior Scientist - Agronomist/Agroforester
  • Served as Team Leader for 3 agricultural research and development projects based at the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute's (KARI) Regional Research Centre in Embu, Kenya, totaling $3,600,000, which included agroforestry, livestock, and natural resources management components
  • Carried out on-farm and on-station investigations of problems experienced by small-scale farmers in the areas of fodder production and utilization for dairy production; soil fertility enhancement; soil and water conservation; wood production for timber, poles and fuel; and fruit production for cash generation

1989 - 1999 University of Missouri (USAID-Funded MIAC program)
Assistant Professor - Agronomist
  • Coordinated MIAC project activities for eastern Kenya at the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute's (KARI) Regional Research Centre in Embu, Kenya
  • Designed and implemented field trials with maize, sorghum, and millet based cropping systems that included legume intercropping components
  • Assisted in the selection of over 100 Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) scientists for graduate programs (M.S. & Ph.D.) at U.S. universities

1985 - 1989 Development Alternatives, Inc. (USAID-funded Project Productivite Niamey program)
Senior Agronomist
  • Initiated rain fed agronomic trials at rural education centers and in farmers' fields based on animal traction, fertilizer use, and improved varieties of millet, sorghum, and cowpeas
  • Conducted on-farm trials with 10 small-scale farmers in each of 4 villages within the mandate region
  • Initiated agroforestry-based soil and water conservation practices
  • Developed small-scale irrigation systems for off season vegetable production

1982 - 1984 International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-arid Tropics (ICRISAT) (USAID-funded program in Mali)
International Intern
  • Developed and verified water balance models on the ICRISAT headquarters computer system in Hyderabad, India
  • Installed and calibrated irrigation systems at the Cinzana Agricultural Research Center in Mali

1976 - 1982 University of Arizona
Graduate Research Associate 1979 - 1982
  • Evaluated drought resistant sorghum varieties by characterizing root growth rates and distribution, plant/water balance, photosynthesis, respiration, and yield
Graduate Research Assistant 1977 - 1979
  • Evaluated algal application to desert soils for increased water holding capacity
Research Assistant (Agricultural Research Station, Yuma, AZ) 1971 - 1974
  • Served as Project Supervisor for drip irrigation experiments on citrus in Yuma area

1971 - 1974 United States Peace Corps
Volunteer
  • Served in Ghana as a Secondary School Science Teacher for biology, chemistry, and general science
  • Served in Burkina Faso as a Construction Supervisor for medium depth, wide-bore water wells in remote Sahelian villages

Graduate Student Advising

Degree
1998 - 1999
Number of
Students

Host Institutions
  Post-Doc         3 ICRAF
  Ph.D.
    Field
    Research
    Advisor
       14 ICRAF, Purdue, Univ. of Minnesota, Univ. of Florida, Oklahoma State, Univ. of Reading, Harvard, London School of Economics, Wageningen Agricultural Univ., Iowa State, Colorado State, Makerere Univ.
1999 - Present   
  
  Ph.D. Advisor - 1
Committee - 1
NMSU
  M.S. Advisor - 5
Committee - 1
NMSU


Professional Affiliations and Societies

  • 1977 - Present
    Member
    American Society of Agronomy, Soil Science Society of America Crop Science Society of America
  • 1995 - Present
    Member
    Soil and Water Conservation Society
  • Member: 1999 - Present
    Member
    New Mexico Chapter, Soil and Water Conservation Society
  • 2008 - Present
    Representative
    Region II, New Mexico
  • 1999 - Present
    Member
    W-2128, Western Regional Collaborative Project for Microirrigation
  • 2009 - Present
    Coordinator
    US Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellows and Master's International programs in the NMSU College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences


Awards

  • 2012 Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society of Agriculture. October 17, 2012
    College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
    New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.
  • 2010 Jose Fernandez Memorial Chair for Crop Production. April 22, 2010
    College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
    New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM. Jose Fernandez Chair

Crop Release

Stamm, M., Berrada, A., Buck, J., Cabot, P., Classen, M., Cramer, G., Dooley, S., Godsey, C., Heer, W., Holman, J., Johnson, J., Kochenower, R., Krall, J., Ladd, D., Morre, J., O'Neill, M.K., Pearson, C., Phillips, D., Rife, C., Santra, D., Sidwell, R., Sij, J., Starner, D., Wiebold, W. 2012. Registration of 'Riley' Winter Canola. Journal of Plant Registrations Vol. 6 (3), p. 243-245.

Bregitzer, P., D.W. Mornhinweg, R. Hammon, M. Stack, D.D. Baltensperger, G.L. Hein, M.K. O'Neill, J.C. Whitmore, and D.J. Fiedler. 2005. Registration of 'Burton' Barley. Crop Science. 45:1166-1167.

Publications (book chapter and book)

De Leeuw J, Njenga M, Wagner B, and Iiyama M. Eds. 2013. Treesilience: an assessment of the resilience provided by trees in the drylands of Eastern Africa. World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF). Nairobi, Kenya. 166p.


Njenga M, De Leeuw J, O'Neill M, Ebanyat P, Kinyanjui M, Kimeu P, Adirizak H, Sijmons K, Vrieling A, Malesu M, Oduor A, and Dobie P. 2013. The need for resilience in the drylands of Eastern Africa. (p517). In: De Leeuw J, Njenga M, Wagner B, and Iiyama M. (Eds). 2013. Treesilience: an assessment of the resilience provided by trees in the drylands of Eastern Africa. World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF). Nairobi, Kenya. 166p.


Oduor A, Malesu M, Kimeu P, and O'Neill M. 2013. Runoff water management for agroforestry in Makueni, Kenya. (p119-120). In: De Leeuw J, Njenga M, Wagner B, Iiyama M. (Eds). 2013. Treesilience, an assessment of the resilience provided by trees in the drylands of Eastern Africa. World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF). Nairobi, Kenya. 166p.


Waugh, W.J., E.P. Glenn, P.H. Charley, M.K. Carroll, B. Maxwell, and M.K. O'Neill. 2011. Helping mother earth heal: Dine College and enhanced natural attenuation research at U.S. Department of Energy uranium processing sites on Navajo Land. (Chapter 6, p.119-147) In: Burger, J. (Ed.). Science and Stakeholders: Solutions to Energy and Environmental Issues. Springer Publishing. New York, NY. 453p.

Malesu, Maimbo, Alex Oduor, Kipruto Cherogony, Douglas Nyolei, Charles Gachene, Elijah Biamah, Mick O'Neill, Miyuki Iiyama, and Jephine Mogoi. 2010. Rwanda Irrigation Master Plan. Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources (MINAGRI). Republic of Rwanda. 240p.

Publications (selected journals, articles and reports since 2000)

Lauriault, Leonard, Ian Ray, Chris Pierce, Robert Flynn, Mark Marsalis, Mick O'Neill, Curtis Owen, and John Idowu. 2014. The 2013 New Mexico Alfalfa Variety Test Report. Agricultural Experiment Station Variety Test Reports. New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. Las Cruces, NM. 15p.


O'Neill, M.K., R.F. Heyduck, S.C. Allen, K.A. Lombard, D. Smeal, and R.N. Arnold. 2013. Ten years of poplar research at NMSU's Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Research Bulletin 805. Agricultural Experiment Station, New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2013 Forty-sixth Annual Progress Report: 2012 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, K.A. Lombard, S. Allen, C.K. Owen, K.D. Kohler,. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


Sammis, Ted, Mick O'Neill, and Junming Wang. 2013. Estimating economic value of applied research projects. Research Report 781. Agricultural Experiment Station, New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


Shock, C., R. Flock, E. Feibert, A. Pereira, and M.K O'Neill. 2013. Drip irrigation guide for growers of hybrid poplar. Cooperative Extension Service Pub. EM 8902 (Revised 2013). Oregon State University. Corvallis, OR.

O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2012 Forty-fifth Annual Progress Report: 2011 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, K.A. Lombard, S. Allen, C.K. Owen, K.D. Kohler. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


Lombard, K.A., S. Forster-Cox, K.W. Huttlinger, D. Smeal, S.A.A. Beresford, and M.K. O'Neill. 2011. Gardens for health: Development of a model diabetes intervention project among an indigenous tribe in northwest New Mexico. Acta Horticulturae 911: 311-316.


Lombard, Kevin, Mick O'Neill, April Ulery, John Mexal, Blake Onken, Sue Forster-Cox, and Ted Sammis. 2011. Fly ash and composted biosolids as a source of Fe for hybrid poplar: a greenhouse study. Applied and Environmental Soil Science. Volume 2011. 11 p. doi:10.1155/2011/475185.

Lombard, K., M. O'Neill, R. Heyduck, B. Onken, A. Ulery, J. Mexal, and A. Unc, 2011. Composted biosolids as a source of iron for hybrid poplars (Populus sp) grown in Northwest New Mexico. Agroforestry Systems, 81 (1): 45- 56.

O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2011 Forty-fourth Annual Progress Report: 2010 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, R.F. Heyduck, C.K. Owen, K.D. Kohler, K.A. Lombard. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


Smeal, D., K.A. Lombard, M.M. West, M.K. O'Neill, and R.N. Arnold. 2011. Low-pressure drip irrigation for small plots and urban landscapes. Research Report 773. NMSU Agricultural Experiment Station. 16p.


Lombard, K.A., M.K. O'Neill, J.G. Mexal, A.L. Ulery, B.M. Onken, G. Bettmann, and R.F. Heyduck. 2010. Can soil plant analysis development (SPAD) values predict chlorophyll and total Fe in hybrid poplar? Agroforestry Systems 78:1-11.

O'Neill, M.K., C.C. Shock, K.A. Lombard, R.F. Heyduck, E.B.G. Feibert, D. Smeal, and R.N. Arnold. 2010. Hybrid poplar (Populus ssp.) selections for arid and semi-arid intermountain regions of the western United States. Agroforestry Systems 79: 409-418.

O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2010 Forty-third Annual Progress Report: 2009 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, R.F. Heyduck, C.K. Owen, K.D. Kohler, K.A. Lombard. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2009. Forty-second Annual Progress Report: 2008 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, R.F. Heyduck, C.K. Owen, K.D. Kohler, K.A. Lombard. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2008. Forty-first Annual Progress Report: 2007 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, R.F. Heyduck, C.K. Owen, K.D. Kohler, K.A. Lombard. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2007. Fortieth Annual Progress Report: 2006 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, R. Heyduck, C.K. Owen, Z. Williams, K.D. Kohler, and K. Lombard. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


Pablo, R.G., M.K. O'Neill, B.D. McCaslin, M. D. Remmeng, J. Keenan. 2007. Evaluation of corn grain yield and water use efficiency using subsurface drip irrigation. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture. 30(1). 153-172.

Adams K.R., C.M. Meegan, S.G. Ortman, R.E. Howell, L.C. Werth, D.A. Muenchrath, M.K. O'Neill, C.A.C. Gardner. 2006. Maize (Maize of American Indigenous Societies) Southwest: Ear Descriptions and Traits that Distinguish 27 Morphologically Distinct Groups of 123 Historic USDA Maize Zea mays L. spp. mays) Accessions and Data Relevant to Archaeological Subsistence Models. 2006. Research Report to the James S. McDonnell Foundation. JSMF Grant # 21002035. 21st Century Research Award/Studying complex Systems. Arizona State University. Tempe AZ. 81pp.

Lombard, K, S.C. Forster-Cox, D. Smeal, and M.K. O'Neill. 2006. Diabetes on the Navajo nation: what role can gardening and agriculture extension play to reduce it? Journal of Rural and Remote Health.

O'Neill, M.K., K.A. Lombard, B.M. Onken, A.L. Ulery, and M.K. Shukla. 2006. Power plant combustion byproducts for improved crop productivity of agricultural soils. Final Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory and the Combustion Byproducts Recycling Consortium. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.

O'Neill, M.K., D. Smeal , R.N. A , and K. Lombard. 2006 Growth and survival of drip-irrigated hybrid poplar in the semi-arid Four Corners region. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 23(2):47-62.

O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West (eds.) 2006. Thirty-ninth Annual Progress Report: 2005 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, R. Heyduck, C.K. Owen, Z. Williams, K.D. Kohler, K. Lombard, N. Pryor, and J. Tomko. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


Shock, C., R. Flock, E. Feibert, A. Pereira, and M.K O'Neill. 2006. Drip irrigation guide for growers of hybrid poplar. Cooperative Extension Service Publication EM 8902. Oregon State University. Corvallis, OR.

Arnold, R.N., D. Smeal, and M.K. O'Neill. 2005. Broadleaf weed control in field corn with postemergence herbicides." Online.Crop Management doi:10.1094/CM-2--5-0224-RS.


Bregitzer, P., D.W. Mornhinweg, R. Hammon, M. Stack, D.D. Baltensperger, G.L. Hein, M.K. O'Neill, J.C. Whitmore, and D.J. Fiedler. 2005. Registration of 'Burton' Barley. Crop Science. 45:1166-1167.

O'Neill, M.K. and M.M. West. 2005. Thirty-eighth Annual Progress Report: 2004 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, T. Jim, R. Heyduck, M.M. West, C.K. Owen, and K.D. Kohler. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM.


Smeal, D., M.K. O'Neill, and R.N. Arnold. 2005. Forage production of cool season pasture grasses as related to irrigation. Agricultural Water Management 76: 224-236. doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2005.01.014.


O'Neill, M.K. (ed.) 2004. Thirty-seventh Annual Progress Report: 2003 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, T. Jim, C.K. Owen, and K.D. Kohler. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA.


Angima, S.D., D.E. Stott, M.K. O'Neill, C.K. Ong, and G.A. Weesies. 2003. Soil erosion prediction using RUSLE for central Kenyan highland conditions. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 97(1-3): 295-308.

O'Neill, M.K. (ed.) 2003. Thirty-sixth Annual Progress Report: 2002 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, T. Jim, C.K. Owen, and K.D. Kohler. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA.


Angima, S.D., D.E. Stott, M.K. O'Neill, C.K. Ong, and G.A. Weesies. 2002. Use of calliandra-Napier grass contour hedges to control erosion in central Kenya. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 91(1-3): 15-23.

Nyaata, O.Z., M.K. O'Neill, P.T. Dorward, and J.D.H. Keatinge. 2002. Harvesting strategies for improved mixtures of calliandra and Napier grass in the central Kenyan highlands. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 19(3): 77-95.

O'Neill, M.K., S.D. Angima, B. Duinker, B. Okoba. 2002. Fodder production from contour hedges in the central Kenyan highlands. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, Vol. 20(3): 57-67.

O'Neill, M.K. (ed.). 2002. Thirty-fifth Annual Progress Report: 2001 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, T. Jim, J.F. Tomko, C.K. Owen, and K.D. Kohler. 2002. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA.


Mugwe, Jayne, Mick O'Neill, Samuel Gachanja, Jonathan Muriuki, and Jack Mwangi. 2001. Participatory evaluation of water harvesting techniques for establishing improved mango varieties in smallholder farms of Mbeere District, Kenya. In: D.E. Stott, R.H. Mohtar, and G.C. Steinhardt (eds). Sustaining the Global Farm. Selected papers from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting. May 24-29, 1999.

O'Neill, M.K. (ed.). 2001. Thirty-fourth Annual Progress Report: 2000 Cropping Season. With contributions from R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, T. Jim, J.F. Tomko, C.K. Owen, and K.D. Kohler. 2001. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA.


Angima, S.D., M.K. O'Neill, A.K. Omwega, and D.E. Stott. 2000. Use of tree-grass hedges for soil erosion control in the central Kenyan highlands. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 55(4): 478-482.

Mugendi, D.N., P.K.R. Nair, D.A. Graetz, J.N. Mugwee and M.K. O'Neill. 2000. Nitrogen recovery by alley-cropped maze and trees from '15'-N labeled tree biomass in the subhumid highlands of Kenya. Biology and Fertility of Soils 31(2):97-101.

Nyaata, O.Z., P.T. Dorward, J.D.H. Keatinge, and M.K O'Neill. 2000. Availability and use of dry season feed resources on smallholder dairy farms in central Kenya. Agroforestry Systems 50(3):315-331.

O'Neill, M.K. (ed.). 2000. Thirty-third Annual Progress Report: 1999 Cropping Season. With contributions from E.J. Gregory, R.N. Arnold, D. Smeal, T. Jim, G.F. Mitchell, J.F. Tomko, C.K. Owen, W. Hastings, K.D. Kohler, and R. Boyles. NMSU Agricultural Science Center at Farmington. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA.