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Vol 37, No 3 (May 1984) Horses and cattle grazing in the Wyoming red desert. II. Dietary quality.  PDF
L.J. Krysi, B.F. Sowell, M.E. Hubbert, G.E. Plumb, T.K. Jewett, M.A. Smith, J.W. Waggoner
 
Vol 28, No 4 (July 1975) Severe mechanical and chemical range renovation in northeastern Wyoming.  PDF
F. Rauzi
 
Vol 11, No 3 (May 1958) Relative Preference and Productivity of Species on Summer Cattle Ranges, Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming.  PDF
R.M. Hurd
 
Vol 47, No 6 (1994) Ungulate herbivory of willows on Yellowstone's northern winter range. Abstract  PDF
F.J. Singer, L.C. Mark, R.C. Cates
 
Vol 40, No 1 (January 1987) Shrub litter production in a sagebrush-steppe ecosystem: rodent population cycles as a regulating factor.  PDF
R.R. Parmenter, M.R. Mesch, MacMahon. J.A. MacMahon
 
Vol 35, No 6 (November 1982) Biomass and Forage Production from Reclaimed Stripmined Land and Adjoining Native Range in Central Wyoming.  PDF
R. Lang
 
Vol 22, No 5 (September 1969) Sagebrush Conversion to Grassland as Affected by Precipitation, Soil, and Cultural Practices.  PDF
L.M. Shown, F.A. Miller
 
Vol 45, No 6 (November 1992) Range animal diet composition in southcentral Wyoming. Abstract  PDF
K.R. Ngugi, J. Powell, F.C. Hinds, R.A. Olson
 
Vol 38, No 4 (July 1985) Environmental factors influencing Gardner saltbush seed dormancy alleviation.  PDF
R.J. Ansley, R.H. Abernethy
 
Vol 32, No 6 (November 1979) Evaluation of fall burning on bighorn sheep winter range.  PDF
J.M. Peek, R.A. Riggs, J.L. Lauer
 
Vol 19, No 5 (September 1966) Dobrenz, A.K.  PDF
Cleistogenes in. Danthonia., A.A. Beetle
 
Vol 14, No 6 (November 1961) Range Curricula.  PDF
H.F. Heady
 
Vol 50, No 6 (November 1997) Vegetation, cattle, and economic responses to grazing strategies and pressures. Abstract  PDF
W.A. Manley, R.H. Hart, M.J. Samuel, M.A. Smith, J.W. Waggoner, J.T. Manley
 
Vol 43, No 6 (November 1990) Crop coefficients for rangeland.  PDF
J.R. Wight, C.L. Hanson
 
Vol 37, No 2 (March 1984) Stream water quality as influenced by beaver within grazing systems in Wyoming.  PDF
Q.D. Skinner, J.E. Speck, M. Smith, J.C. Adams
 
Vol 28, No 3 (May 1975) Seasonal yield and chemical composition of crested wheatgrass in southeastern Wyoming.  PDF
F. Rauzi
 
Vol 8, No 4 (July 1955) Range Waterspreading as a Range Improvement Practice.  PDF
R.K. Pierson
 
Vol 47, No 4 (July 1994) Vegetative response to burning on Wyoming mountain-shrub big game ranges. Abstract  PDF
J.G. Cook, T.J. Hershey, L.L. Irwin
 
Vol 39, No 4 (July 1986) Changes in bacterial populations in Wyoming Mountain streams after 10 years.  PDF
M.R. Hussey, Q.D. Skinner, J.C. Adams
 
Vol 35, No 3 (May 1982) Forage production and removal from western and crested wheatgrasses under grazing Agropyron smithii, Agropyron desertorum, Wyoming.  PDF
R.H. Hart, E.F. Balla
 
Vol 22, No 4 (July 1969) Is Deferment Always Needed After Chemical Control of Sagebrush?.  PDF
D.R. Smith
 
Vol 45, No 5 (September 1992) Increasing bitterbrush nutrient quality with 2,4-D, mowing, and burning in southcentral Wyoming. Abstract  PDF
V.M. Kituku, J. Powell, M.A. Smith, R.A. Olson
 
Vol 38, No 4 (July 1985) Soil and vegetation relationships in a central plains saltgrass meadow.  PDF
R.A. Bowman, D.M. Mueller, W.J. McGinnies
 
Vol 32, No 5 (September 1979) Differential response of subalpine meadow vegetation to snow augmentation. Abstract  PDF
D.H. Knight, S.W. Weaver, C.R. Starr, W.H. Romme
 
Vol 19, No 4 (July 1966) Contour Furrowing, Pitting, and Ripping on Rangelands of the Western United States.  PDF
F.A. Branson, I.S. Miller
 
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