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Chris Miller, an animal science graduate student from New Braunfels, won second place for his research presentation at the Society for Range Management’s 70th annual national meeting in St. George, Utah, in February 2017.

Competing against students from colleges and universities throughout the U.S., Miller placed second in the Master’s Student category for his poster presentation of his master’s thesis research on “Preconditioning Procedures and Supplementation to Increase Redberry Juniper Consumption by Goats.” Miller earned his ASU bachelor’s degree in animal science and was a member of ASU’s inaugural Undergraduate Range Management Exam (URME) Team that won first place at the Texas Section Society for Range Management’s annual Undergraduate Range Management Examination competition in 2014. As a graduate student, he helped coach the URME Team to runner-up and first-place finishes in 2015 and 2016, respectively.

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