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Vol 48, No 4 (July 1995) Yield and quality of RS-2, a quackgrass X bluebunch wheatgrass hybrid. Abstract  PDF
M.R. Haferkamp, D.C. Adams, M.M. Borman, E.E. Grings, P.O. Currie
Vol 40, No 5 (September 1987) Vegetation trends within rest-rotation and season-long grazing systems in the Missouri River Breaks, Montana.  PDF
C.R. Watts, L.C. Eichhorn, R.J. Mackie
Vol 36, No 1 (January 1983) An important lichen of southeastern Montana rangelands Parmelia chlorochroa, in reducing erosion, as indicators of intensive grazing, and in contributing to the nutrient quality of soils.  PDF
J.G. MacCracken, L.E. Alexander, D.W. Uresk
Vol 22, No 6 (November 1969) A Field Test of the Relative-Weight-Estimate Method for Determining Herbage Production.  PDF
S.S. Hutchings, J.E. Schmautz
Vol 52, No 5 (September 1999) Spotted knapweed, forb, and grass response to 2,4-D and N-fertilizer.  PDF
J.S. Jacobs, R.L. Sheley
Vol 46, No 1 (January 1993) Impacts of big game on private land in south-western Montana: landowner perceptions. Abstract  PDF
J.R. Lacey, K. Jamtgaard, L. Riggle, T. Hayes
Vol 39, No 4 (July 1986) An 18-year comparison of control methods for Wyoming big sagebrush in southwestern Montana.  PDF
C.L. Wambolt, G.F. Payne
Vol 33, No 4 (July 1980) Plant phenology as a guide in timing grasshopper control efforts on Montana rangeland.  PDF
G.B. Hewitt
Vol 15, No 4 (July 1962) Factors Affecting Resistance to Heavy Grazing In Needle-and-Thread Grass.  PDF
R.A. Peterson
Vol 50, No 4 (July 1997) Agricultural land use patterns of native ungulates in south-eastern Montana. Abstract  PDF
J.P. Selting, L.R. Irby
Vol 43, No 5 (September 1990) Supplementation and monensin effects on digesta kinetics. II. Cattle grazing winter range.  PDF
M.G. Ward, D.C. Adams, J.D. Wallace, M.L. Galyean, J.D. Volesky
Vol 38, No 1 (January 1985) Investment rationale for range improvement practices in eastern Montana.  PDF
J.R. Lacey, J. Wight, J.P. Workman
Vol 30, No 2 (March 1977) Perenniality and development of shoots of 12 forage species in Montana.  PDF
L.M. White
Vol 11, No 2 (March 1958) Quantitative Effects of Twenty-three Years of Controlled Use on Mountain Range.  PDF
F.A. Branson, T. Lommasson
Vol 6, No 4 (July 1953) Forage Plants in a Montana High Altitude Nursery.  PDF
R.A. Peterson
Vol 48, No 3 (May 1995) Influence of temperature on germination of Japanese brome seed. Abstract  PDF
M.R. Haferkamp, D. Palmquist, J.A. Young, M.D. MacNeil
Vol 40, No 3 (May 1987) Nutrient composition of spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa).  PDF
R.G. Kelsey, R.D. Mihalovich
Vol 35, No 4 (July 1982) Long-term plant establishment on mined lands in southeastern Montana Reclamation.  PDF
J.L. Holechek, E.J. Depuit, J. Coenenberg, R. Valdez
Vol 21, No 4 (July 1968) Sagebrush Reinvasion as Affected by some Environmental Influences.  PDF
J.R. Johnson, G.F. Payne
Vol 52, No 5 (September 1999) Drought and grazing. I. Effects on quantity of forage produced.  PDF
R.K. Heitschmidt, M.R. Haferkamp, M.G. Karl, A.L. Hild
Vol 45, No 6 (November 1992) Cattle diets in tall forb communities on mountain rangelands. Abstract  PDF
M.H. Ralphs, J.A. Pfister
Vol 39, No 4 (July 1986) A comparison of average variable costs of private vs. public land ranches in southeastern Montana.  PDF
J.R. Lacey, J.P. Workman
Vol 33, No 4 (July 1980) Using sodium carbonate to seal leaky stock ponds in eastern Montana.  PDF
E.L. Neff
Vol 15, No 3 (May 1962) Effects of Contour Furrowing, Grazing Intensities and Soils on Infiltration Rates, Soil Moisture, and Vegetation near Fort Peck, Montana.  PDF
F.A. Branson, I.S. Miller
Vol 50, No 3 (May 1997) Response of spotted knapweed and grass to picloram and fertilizer combinations. Abstract  PDF
R.L. Sheley, J.S. Jacobs
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