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Vol 44, No 2 (March 1991) Herbage response following control of honey mesquite within single tree lysimeters. Abstract  PDF
R.K. Heitschmidt, S.L. Dowhower
 
Vol 43, No 2 (March 1990) Conditioned taste aversion: potential for reducing cattle loss to larkspur. Abstract  PDF
M.A. Lane, M.H. Ralphs, J.D. Olsen, F.D. Provenza, J.A. Pfister
 
Vol 41, No 4 (July 1988) Cattle, vegetation, and economic responses to grazing systems and grazing pressure.  PDF
R.H. Hart, M.J. Samuel, P.S. Test, M.A. Smith
 
Vol 40, No 3 (May 1987) Herbage standing crop around eastern redcedar trees.  PDF
D.M. Engle, J.F. Stritzke, P.L. Claypool
 
Vol 39, No 1 (January 1986) Evaluation of total fecal collection for measuring cattle forage intake.  PDF
J.L. Holechek, H. Wofford, D. Arthun, M.L. Galyean, J.D. Wallace
 
Vol 37, No 5 (September 1984) Reliability of captive deer and cow in vitro digestion value in predicting wild deer digestion levels.  PDF
H. III. Campa, D.K. Woody, J.B. Haufler
 
Vol 22, No 2 (March 1969) Cattle Preferences for Forage Species in Northern Arizona.  PDF
W.P. Clary, H.A. Pearson
 
Vol 20, No 5 (September 1967) Response of Forage Grasses to Rhodesgrass Scale.  PDF
M.F. Schuster
 
Vol 18, No 5 (September 1965) Vegetative Composition, Forage Production, and Plant Vigor as Influenced by Date of Mowing.  PDF
D.B. Hazell
 
Vol 16, No 5 (September 1963) Production Aspects of a Beef Cow-Calf Operation on Grass Pastures.  PDF
E.R. Beaty, F.B. Powell
 
Vol 14, No 1 (January 1961) Editorial: Where Do We Stand Internationally?.  PDF
H.F. Heady
 
Vol 9, No 5 (September 1956) Control of Halogeton in Nevada by Range Seedings and Herbicides.  PDF
R.K. Miller
 
Vol 8, No 2 (March 1955) Editorial: For Further Improvement in Range Plants.  PDF
A.L. Hafenrichter
 
Vol 6, No 5 (September 1953) Range Management for the Small Ranch.  PDF
N.E. Linnartz
 
Vol 5, No 2 (March 1952) Sugar Versus the Intuitive Choice of Foods by Livestock.  PDF
M.J. Plice
 
Vol 50, No 2 (March 1997) Pasture development during brush clearing with sheep and goats. Abstract  PDF
M.E. Dabaan, A.M. Magadlea, W.B. Bryan, B.L. Arbogast, E.C. Prigge, G. Flores, J.G. Skousen
 
Vol 48, No 1 (January 1995) How much sagebrush is too much: an economic threshold analysis. Abstract  PDF
C.T. Bastian, J.J. Jacobs, M.A. Smith
 
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 43, No 6 (November 1990) Vegetation response to time-controlled grazing on Mixed and Fescue Prairie.  PDF
W.D. Willms, S. Smoliak, J.F. Dormaar
 
Vol 42, No 5 (September 1989) Mineral dynamics in beef cattle diets from a southern mixed-grass prairie. Abstract  PDF
W.E. Pinchak, L.W. Greene, R.K. Heitschmidt
 
Vol 41, No 1 (January 1988) Seasonal burning and mowing impacts on Sporobolus wrightii grasslands.  PDF
J.R. Cox
 
Vol 39, No 6 (November 1986) Disappearance of forage under short duration and seasonlong grazing.  PDF
D.R. Kirby, M.F. Pessin, G.K. Clambey
 
Vol 38, No 5 (September 1985) Seed predation, seedling emergence, and rhizome characteristics of American licorice.  PDF
A. Boe, R. Wynia
 
Vol 35, No 6 (November 1982) Evaluation of Different Calculation Procedures for Microhisological Analysis.  PDF
J.L. Holechek, B.D. Gross
 
Vol 21, No 4 (July 1968) Adjusting Cattle Numbers to Fluctuating Forage Production with Statistical Decision Theory.  PDF
L.F. Rogers, W.S. Peacock III
 
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