Dr. Jeffrey C. Mosley
Professor, Extension Range Management Specialist
Department of Animal & Range Sciences
213 Animal Bioscience Building
Bozeman, MT 59717
Phone: (406) 994-5601
Fax: (406) 994-5589
- B.S. in Agriculture-Range Science, Montana State University, 1981
- M.S. in Range Resources, University of Idaho, 1983
- Ph.D. in Range Science, Texas Tech University, 1987
- Livestock Grazing Relationships with Fish and Wildlife
- Targeted Livestock Grazing
- Invasive Plants
- Foraging Behavior of Livestock and Wildlife
- Wildlife Habitat Management
Honors and Awards
- The Green Award for Leadership in Extension Sustainability Programming, Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals
- Past President, Society for Range Management
- Western Extension Directors’ Association Award of Excellence
- State Visionary Leadership Award, Montana State University Extension
- Past President, International Mountain Section-Society for Range Management
- Past President, Range Science Education Council
- Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, Society for Range Management and Range Science Education Council
- Top Hand Award (Range Manager of the Year), Idaho Section-Society for Range Management
- Outstanding Academic Advisor Award, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, University of Idaho
- Teaching Appreciation Award, Natural Resources Student Association, University of Arizona
- Frost, R. A., J. C. Mosley, and B.L. Roeder. 2013. Recovery and viability of sulfur cinquefoil seeds from the feces of sheep and goats. Rangeland Ecology and Management 66:51-55.
- Thrift, T. M., T. K. Mosley, and J. C. Mosley. 2013. Impacts from winter-early spring elk grazing in foothills rough fescue grassland. Western North American Naturalist (In Press).
- Frost, R. A., and J. C. Mosley. 2012. Sulfur cinquefoil (Potentilla recta) response to defoliation on foothill rangeland. Invasive Plant Science and Management 5:408-416.
- Henderson, S. L., T. K. Mosley, J. C. Mosley, and R.W. Kott. 2012. Spotted knapweed utilization by sequential cattle and sheep grazing. Rangeland Ecology and Management 65:286-291.
- Campbell, E. J., R. A. Frost, T. K. Mosley, J. C. Mosley, C. J. Lupton, C. A. Taylor, Jr., J. W. Walker, D. F. Waldron, and J. Musser. 2010. Pharmacokinetic differences in exposure to camphor following intraruminal dosing in selectively bred lines of goats. Journal of Animal Science 88:2620-2626.
- Benzel, K. R., T. K. Mosley, and J. C. Mosley. 2009. Defoliation timing effects on spotted knapweed seed production and viability. Rangeland Ecology and Management 62:550-556.
- Thrift, B. D., J. C. Mosley, T. K. Brewer, B. L. Roeder, B. E. Olson, and R. W. Kott. 2008. Prescribed sheep grazing to suppress spotted knapweed on foothill rangeland. Rangeland Ecolology and Management 61:18-25.
- Brewer, T. K., J. C. Mosley, D. L. Lucas, and L. R. Schmidt. 2007. Bluebunch wheatgrass response to spring defoliation on foothill rangeland. Rangeland Ecology and Management 60:498-507.
- Mosley, J. C., and T. K. Brewer. 2006. Targeted livestock grazing for wildlife habitat improvement. In: K. L. Launchbaugh, J. W. Walker, and R. Daines (Eds.), Targeted Grazing: A Natural Approach to Vegetation Management and Landscape Enhancement. Centennial, CO. American Sheep Industry Association. p. 115-128. [Invited book chapter].
- Mosley, J. C., and L. Roselle. 2006. Targeted livestock grazing to suppress invasive annual grasses. In: K. L. Launchbaugh, J. W. Walker, and R. Daines (Eds.), Targeted Grazing: A Natural Approach to Vegetation Management and Landscape Enhancement. Centennial, CO. American Sheep Industry Association. p. 67-76. [Invited book chapter].
- Torstenson, W.L.F., J. C. Mosley, T. K. Brewer, M. W. Tess, and J. E. Knight. 2006. Elk, mule deer and cattle foraging relationships on foothill and mountain rangeland. Rangeland Ecology and Management 59:80-87.