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Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Grazing management affects nutrient intake by steers grazing tallgrass prairie. Abstract  PDF
F.T. III. McCollum, R.L. Gillen
 
Vol 43, No 2 (March 1990) Survival of juvenile basin big sagebrush under different grazing regimes. Abstract  PDF
M.K. Owens, B.E. Norton
 
Vol 16, No 4 (July 1963) A Proposed Method of Determining Cattle Numbers in Range Experiments.  PDF
E.H. Reid, S.C. Kovner
 
Vol 22, No 4 (July 1969) Plant Response and Cattle Gains on Sherman Big Bluegrass.  PDF
P.O. Currie
 
Vol 43, No 4 (July 1990) High-performance short-duration and repeated-seasonal grazing systems: effect on diets and performance of calves and lambs.  PDF
J.D. Volesky, J.K. Lewis, C.H. Butterfield
 
Vol 41, No 4 (July 1988) Grazing, stocking, and production efficiencies in grazing research.  PDF
D.L. Scarnecchia
 
Vol 15, No 1 (January 1962) Fertilizers Increase Range Production.  PDF
E.J. Woolfolk, D.A. Duncan
 
Vol 52, No 5 (September 1999) Early summer grazing effects on defoliation and tiller demography of prairie sandreed.  PDF
A.P. Cullan, P.E. Reece, W.H. Schacht
 
Vol 47, No 3 (May 1994) A comparison of frontal, continuous, and rotation grazing systems. Abstract  PDF
J.D. Volesky, F. de. Achaval O'Farrell, W.C. Ellis, M.M. Kothmann, F.P. Horn, W.A. Phillips, S.W. Coleman
 
Vol 14, No 4 (July 1961) Continuous vs. Specialized Grazing Systems: A Review and Application to the California Annual Type.  PDF
H.F. Heady
 
Vol 44, No 5 (September 1991) Utilization patterns by Angora goats within the plant canopies of two Acacia shrubs. Abstract  PDF
M.K. Owens
 
Vol 54, No 4 (July 2001) Complementary grazing of native pasture and Old World bluestem. Abstract  PDF
R.L. Gillen, W.A. Berg
 
Vol 53, No 4 (July 2000) Cattle prefer endophyte-free robust needlegrass. Abstract  PDF
T.A. Jones, M.H. Ralphs, D.R. Gardner, N.J. Chatterton
 
Vol 42, No 4 (July 1989) Opportunistic management for rangelands not at equilibrium.  PDF
M. Westoby, B. Walker, I. Noy-Meir
 
Vol 41, No 4 (July 1988) Justification for grazing intensity experiments: analysing and interpreting grazing data.  PDF
D.I. Bransby, B.E. Conrad, H.M. Dicks, J.W. Drane
 
Vol 39, No 6 (November 1986) Effects of season and stage of rotation cycle on hydrologic condition of rangeland under intensive rotation grazing.  PDF
S.D. Warren, W.H. Blackburn, C.A. Taylor
 
Vol 20, No 4 (July 1967) Influences of Grazing and Fire on Vegetation and Soil of Longleaf Pine-Bluestem Range.  PDF
V.L. Duvall, N.E. Linnartz
 
Vol 19, No 1 (January 1966) Vegetation-Soils And Vegetation-Grazing Relations From Frequency Data.  PDF
D.N. Hyder, C. Bement
 
Vol 17, No 1 (January 1964) Development and Use of the Esophageal Fistula: A Review.  PDF
G.M. Van Dyne, D.T. Torell
 
Vol 8, No 3 (May 1955) Public Land Policy.  PDF
O. Lewis
 
Vol 57, No 4 (2004) Late summer protein supplementation for yearling cattle Abstract  PDF
E. E. Grings, R. E. Short, M. R. Haferkamp, R. K. Heitschmidt
 
Vol 56, No 1 (January 2003) Female-biased herbivory in fourwing saltbush browsed by cattle. Abstract  PDF
A.F. Cibils, D.M. Swift, R.H. Hart
 
Vol 55, No 2 (March 2002) Seasonal dynamics of prairie sandreed rhizome development. Abstract  PDF
P.E. Reece, J.S. Nixon, L.E. Moser, S.S. Waller
 
Vol 55, No 1 (January 2002) Quality of forage stockpiled in Wisconsin. Abstract  PDF
J.L. Hedtcke, D.J. Undersander, M.D. Casler, D.K. Combs
 
Vol 51, No 5 (September 1998) Seasonal preferences of steers for prominent northern Great Basin grasses. Abstract  PDF
R. Cruz, D. Ganskopp
 
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