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Vol 17, No 4 (July 1964) Drylot All-Concentrate Feeding-An Approach to Flexible Ranching.  PDF
G.W. Thomas, R.M. Durham
 
Vol 12, No 1 (January 1959) Grazing Intensity Trials on Seeded Ranges in the Ponderosa Pine Zone of Colorado.  PDF
W.M. Johnson
 
Vol 5, No 1 (January 1952) Three Grasses' Struggle for Supremacy on the Island of Molokai.  PDF
N.K. Carlson
 
Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Energy cost of cattle walking on the level and on a gradient. Abstract  PDF
O.N. Di Marco, M.S. Aello
 
Vol 48, No 6 (November 1995) Genetic aspects of diet selection in the Chihuahuan desert. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Winder, D.A. Walker, C.C. Bailey
 
Vol 46, No 6 (November 1993) Cattle as a dispersal agent of Acaena elongata (Rosaceae) in the cordillera of Merida, Venezuela. Abstract  PDF
M.F. Molinillo, A.G.F. Brener
 
Vol 45, No 3 (May 1992) Blue grama-buffalograss responses to grazing: a Weibull distribution. Abstract  PDF
K.K. Remington, C.D. Bonham, R.M. Reich
 
Vol 44, No 2 (March 1991) Economic relationships of brushpiles, forage production, and California quail hunting. Abstract  PDF
W.P. Gorenzel, S.A. Mastrup, E.L. Fitzhugh
 
Vol 42, No 2 (March 1989) Economic consequences of alternative stocking rate adjustment tactics: a simulation approach. Abstract  PDF
R.K. Riechers, J.R. Conner, R.K. Heitschmidt
 
Vol 40, No 3 (May 1987) An automated range-animal data acquisition system.  PDF
D.C. Adams, P.O. Currie, B.W. Knapp, T. Mauney, D. Richardson
 
Vol 39, No 2 (March 1986) Sulfur or sulfur plus nitrogen increases beef production on California annual range.  PDF
G.L. Wolters, G.P. Eberlein
 
Vol 35, No 6 (November 1982) Relationships between Performance, Intake, Diet Nutritive Quality and Fecal Nutritive Quality of Cattle on Mountain Range.  PDF
J.L. Holechek, D. Varvra
 
Vol 19, No 5 (September 1966) Five Poisonous Range Weeds-When and Why They Are Dangerous.  PDF
M.C. Williams, E.H. Cronin
 
Vol 15, No 1 (January 1962) Burning and Grazing Increase Herbage on Slender Bluestem Range.  PDF
V.L. Duvall
 
Vol 10, No 3 (May 1957) The Future of the Range Livestock Industry.  PDF
D.C. Collins
 
Vol 7, No 4 (July 1954) Consumption of Minerals by Cattle on Southeastern Costal Plain Forest Range.  PDF
L.K. Halls, B.L. Southwell
 
Vol 52, No 3 (May 1999) Stream channel and vegetation responses to late spring cattle grazing. Abstract  PDF
W.P. Clary
 
Vol 50, No 3 (May 1997) Cattle as dispersers of hound's-tongue on rangeland in southeastern British Columbia. Abstract  PDF
R. De Clerk-Floate
 
Vol 48, No 3 (May 1995) Forage intake by beef steers grazing winter wheat with varied herbage allowances. Abstract  PDF
L.A. Redmon, F.T. III. McCollum, G.W. Horn, M.D. Cravey, S.A. Gunter, P.A. Beck, J.M. Mieres, R. Sa
 
Vol 46, No 3 (May 1993) Influence of handling methods on fecal NIRS evaluations. Abstract  PDF
R.A. Pearce, R.K. Lyons, J.W. Stuth
 
Vol 45, No 1 (January 1992) Behavioral toxicology of livestock ingesting plant toxins. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Pfister, C.D. Cheney, F.D. Provenza
 
Vol 41, No 5 (September 1988) Methods of ytterbium analysis for predicting fecal output and flow rate constants in cattle.  PDF
K.P. Coffey, E.E. Pickett, J.A. Paterson, C.W. Hunt, S.J. Miller
 
Vol 40, No 1 (January 1987) Recovery of compacted soil on pastures used for winter cattle feeding.  PDF
G.R. Stephenson, A. Veigel
 
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
 
Vol 22, No 2 (March 1969) A Stocking-Rate Guide for Beef Production on Blue-Grama Range.  PDF
R.E. Bement
 
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