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Vol 11, No 1 (January 1958) Proper Utilization-A Problem in Evaluating the Physiological Response of Plants to Grazing Use: A Review.  PDF
D.W. Hedrick
 
Vol 7, No 4 (July 1954) Some Interrelationships of the Merriam Kangaroo Rat to Velvet Mesquite.  PDF
H.G. Reynolds
 
Vol 2, No 1 (January 1949) Distribution and Control of Several Woody Plants in Texas and Oklahoma.  PDF
B.W. Allred
 
Vol 52, No 3 (May 1999) Plant responses to defoliation and resource supplementation in the Pryor Mountains. Abstract  PDF
J.T. Fahnestock, J.K. Detling
 
Vol 50, No 4 (July 1997) Grass hay as a supplement for grazing cattle. I. Animal performance. Abstract  PDF
G. Villalobos, D.C. Adams, T.J. Klopfenstein, J.T. Nichols, J.B. Lamb
 
Vol 47, No 6 (1994) Grazing intensity effects on litter decomposition and soil nitrogen mineralization. Abstract  PDF
A.R. Shariff, M.E. Biondini, C.E. Grygiel
 
Vol 42, No 2 (March 1989) Some effects of a rotational grazing treatment on cattle preference for plant communities. Abstract  PDF
J.W. Walker, R.K. Heitschmidt, S.L. Dowhower
 
Vol 21, No 4 (July 1968) Growth and Yield of Legumes in Mixtures with Grasses on a Mountain Range.  PDF
A.T. Bleak
 
Vol 17, No 4 (July 1964) Response of Grasses, Forbs, and Halfshrubs to Chemical Control of Cahparral in Central Arizona.  PDF
F.W. Pond, p. 200-
 
Vol 9, No 3 (May 1956) The Effect of the 1949-54 Drought on the Ranges of Texas.  PDF
V.A. Young
 
Vol 5, No 5 (September 1952) Nutritive Value of Cheatgrass and Crested Wheatgrass on Spring Ranges of Utah.  PDF
C.W. Cook
 
Vol 51, No 4 (July 1998) Nitrogen fertilization, botanical composition and biomass production on mixed-grass rangeland. Abstract  PDF
M.J. Samuel, R.H. Hart
 
Vol 49, No 3 (May 1996) Season and sex influences on botanical composition of cattle diets in southern New Mexico. Abstract  PDF
A.G. Mohammad, C.A. Ferrando, L.W. Murray, R.D. Pieper, J.D. Wallace
 
Vol 46, No 3 (May 1993) Forage response to N, P, and S fertilization on clearcut lodgepole pine sites. Abstract  PDF
B.M. Wikeem, R.F. Newman, A.L. Va
 
Vol 39, No 3 (May 1986) Forage establishment: weather effects on stubble vs. fallow and fall vs. spring seedling.  PDF
R.H. Hart, J.G. Dean
 
Vol 20, No 3 (May 1967) Plant Succession with Released Grazing on New Mexico Range Lands.  PDF
L.D. Potter
 
Vol 16, No 4 (July 1963) Effect of Fertilization on Yield on an Irrigated Mountain Meadow.  PDF
R.W. Leamer
 
Vol 12, No 4 (July 1959) Changes in Grazing Use and Herbge Moisture Content of Three Exotic Lovegrasses and Some Native Grasses.  PDF
D.R. Cable
 
Vol 8, No 4 (July 1955) Combining Pasture Improvement and Carob Production in Cyprus.  PDF
D.K. Jones
 
Vol 4, No 2 (March 1951) Selective Herbicides for Improving California Forest Ranges.  PDF
D.R. Cornelius, C.A. Graham
 
Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Understory plant response to site preparation and fertilization of loblolly and shortleaf pine forests. Abstract  PDF
D.G. Brockway, G.L. Wolters, H.A. Pearson, R.E. Thill, V.C. Baldwin, A. Martin
 
Vol 48, No 3 (May 1995) Herbage dynamics on 2 Northern Great Plains range sites. Abstract  PDF
R.K. Heitschmidt, E.E. Grings, M.R. Haferkamp, M.G. Karl
 
Vol 44, No 5 (September 1991) Woody and herbaceous aboveground production of a Patagonian steppe. Abstract  PDF
R.J. Fernandez A, O.E. Sala, R.A. Golluscio
 
Vol 26, No 2 (March 1973) Foods Eaten by the Rocky Mountain Elk.  PDF
R.C. Kufeld
 
Vol 19, No 2 (March 1966) Sulphur Dioxide Fumigations of Range Grasses Native to Southeastern Arizona.  PDF
C.R. Davis, G.W. Howell
 
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