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Vol 41, No 2 (March 1988) Influence of forest site on total nonstructural carbohydrate levels of pinegrass, elk sedge, and snowberry.  PDF
J.K. Krueger, D.J. Bedunah
Vol 39, No 5 (September 1986) Vegetation of exclosures in southwestern North Dakota.  PDF
M.D. Brand, H. Goetz
Vol 39, No 1 (January 1986) Dietary selection by goats and sheep in a deciduous woodland of northeastern Brazil.  PDF
J.A. Pfister, J.C. Malechek
Vol 38, No 2 (March 1985) Particle size changes in rumens of cattle grazing Kansas Flint Hills range.  PDF
J.R. Forwood, C.E. Owensby, G. Towne
Vol 26, No 6 (November 1973) Southern Pine Overstories Influence Herbage Quality.  PDF
G.L. Wolters
Vol 21, No 2 (March 1968) Effect of Clipping on Herbage and Flower Stalk Production of Three Summer Range Forbs.  PDF
O. Julander
Vol 19, No 5 (September 1966) Seasonal and Growth Period Changes of Some Nutritive Components of Kikuyu Grass.  PDF
L.D. Kamstra, S.M. Stanley
Vol 18, No 1 (January 1965) Mechanical and Chemical Control of Silverberry (Elaeagnus commutata Bernh.) on Native Grassland.  PDF
W.G. Corns, R.J. Schraa
Vol 14, No 1 (January 1961) Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Sulfur After Brush Burning.  PDF
J. Vlamis, K.D. Gowans
Vol 11, No 4 (July 1958) Grass Seedings on Lodgepole Pine Burns in the Northwest.  PDF
N.R. McClure
Vol 8, No 6 (November 1955) Range Management in Iraq-Findings, Plan and Accomplishment.  PDF
H.M. Bryan, H.W. Springfield
Vol 7, No 3 (May 1954) Half-Century Changes on Northern Nevada Ranges.  PDF
J.H. Robertson, P.B. Kennedy
Vol 5, No 6 (November 1952) Editorial: The Range Rules.  PDF
K.B. Platt
Vol 4, No 3 (May 1951) Replacing Wyethia with Desirable Forage Species.  PDF
W.F. Mueggler, J.P. Blaisdell
Vol 2, No 3 (July 1949) Control of Noxious Plants in a Range Management Program.  PDF
K.W. Parker
Vol 51, No 5 (September 1998) Alpaca liveweight variations and fiber production in Mediterranean range of Chile. Abstract  PDF
G. Castellaro G, J. Garcia-Huidobro P de A, P. Salinas
Vol 49, No 2 (March 1996) Semi-arid warm-season grass yield and nutritive value in Argentina. Abstract  PDF
N.P. Stritzler, J.H. Pagella, V.V. Jouve, C.M. Ferri
Vol 48, No 2 (March 1995) Nitrogen and atrazine on shortgrass: vegetation, cattle and economic responses. Abstract  PDF
R.H. Hart, M.C. Shoop, M.M. Ashby
Vol 47, No 1 (January 1994) Persistence of Idaho fescue on degraded rangelands: adaptation to defoliation or tolerance. Abstract  PDF
R.G. Jaindl, P. Doescher, R.F. Miller, L.E. Eddleman
Vol 44, No 5 (September 1991) Desert mule deer use of grazed and ungrazed habitats. Abstract  PDF
K.E. Ragotzkie, J.A. Bailey
Vol 43, No 1 (January 1990) Comparison of the copper and molybdenum status of yearling steers grazing reclaimed mined-land and native range.  PDF
J.F. Karn, L. Hofmann
Vol 41, No 6 (November 1988) Floristic changes induced by flooding on grazed and ungrazed lowland grasslands in Argentina.  PDF
E.J. Chaneton, J.M. Facelli, R.J.C. Leon
Vol 40, No 5 (September 1987) Clearcutting Brazilian semiarid tropics: observations on its effects on small ruminant nutrition during the dry season.  PDF
R.D. Kirmse, F.D. Provenza, J.C. Malechek
Vol 39, No 4 (July 1986) Utilization of white locoweed (Oxytropis sericea Nutt.) by range cattle.  PDF
M.H. Ralphs, L.F. James, J.A. Pfister
Vol 38, No 5 (September 1985) Cattle diets in a ponderosa pine forest in the northern Black Hills.  PDF
D.W. Uresk, W.W. Paintner
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