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Vol 55, No 2 (March 2002) Elk management strategies and profitability of beef cattle ranches. Abstract  PDF
W.L.F. Torstenson, M.W. Tess, J.E. Knight
 
Vol 54, No 3 (May 2001) Antelope bitterbrush seed production and stand age. Abstract  PDF
C.D. Clements, J.A. Young
 
Vol 53, No 3 (May 2000) Western ragweed effects on herbaceous standing crop in Great Plains grasslands. Abstract  PDF
L.T. Vermeire, R.L. Gillen
 
Vol 45, No 6 (November 1992) Clipping frequency and intensity effects of big bluestem yield, quality, and persistence. Abstract  PDF
J.R. Forwood, M.M. Magai
 
Vol 43, No 6 (November 1990) Concepts of carrying capacity and susbstitution ratios: a systems viewpoint.  PDF
D.L. Scarnecchia
 
Vol 40, No 1 (January 1987) Dietary relationships among feral horses, cattle, and pronghorn in southeastern Oregon.  PDF
M.L. McInnis, M. Vavra
 
Vol 22, No 5 (September 1969) How Time and Intensity of Clipping Affect Tall Bluebell.  PDF
W.A. Laycock, P.W. Conrad
 
Vol 16, No 2 (March 1963) Comparative Forage Values of California Oatgrass and Soft Chess.  PDF
H.F. Heady, J.F. Cooper
 
Vol 10, No 2 (March 1957) The Administration of Canadian Rangelands.  PDF
T.G. Willis
 
Vol 56, No 5 (September 2003) Spatial and temporal patterns of cattle feces deposition on rangeland. Abstract  PDF
K.W. Tate, E.R. Atwill, N.K. McDougald, M.R. George
 
Vol 55, No 4 (July 2002) Prior feeding practices do not influence locoweed consumption. Abstract  PDF
M.H. Ralphs, G. Greathouse, A.P. Knight, D. Doherty, J.D. Graham, B.L. Stegelmeier, L.F. James
 
Vol 54, No 6 (November 2001) Influence of off-stream supplements on streambanks of riparian pastures. Abstract  PDF
M.L. McInnis, J. McIver
 
Vol 54, No 1 (January 2001) Rotationally stocked beef cattle responses to daily and weekly residence. Abstract  PDF
N.S. Boyd, T. Astatkie, A.H. Fredeen, R.C. Martin
 
Vol 53, No 2 (March 2000) Supplementation of yearling steers grazing Northern Great Plains rangelands. Abstract  PDF
J.F. Karn
 
Vol 52, No 4 (July 1999) Canopy analysis as a technique to characterize defoliation intensity on Sandhills range. Abstract  PDF
M.S. Miller-Goodman, L.E. Moser, S.S. Waller, J.E. Brummer, P.E. Reece
 
Vol 51, No 3 (May 1998) Cover components on long-term seasonal sheep grazing treatments in three-tip sagebrush steppe. Abstract  PDF
E.W. Bork, N.E. West, J.W. Walker
 
Vol 45, No 4 (July 1992) Habitat selection by cattle along an ephemeral channel. Abstract  PDF
M.A. Smith, J.D. Rodgers, J.L. Dodd, Q.D. Skinner
 
Vol 41, No 4 (July 1988) Vegetation response to the Santa Rita grazing system.  PDF
S.C. Martin, K.E. Severson
 
Vol 40, No 4 (July 1987) Some effects of a rotational grazing treatment on quantity and quality of available forage and amount of ground litter.  PDF
R.K. Heitschmidt, S.L. Dowhower, J.W. Walker
 
Vol 22, No 1 (January 1969) Botanical Composition of Diet of Steers Grazing a Desert Grassland Range.  PDF
H.D.,. Galt, S.C. Theurer
 
Vol 20, No 5 (September 1967) What is Range Management?.  PDF
L.A. Stoddart
 
Vol 17, No 2 (March 1964) Seasonal Variation in Coverage of Selected Grasses and Forbs in Relation to Grazing Intensities in India.  PDF
H.R. Sant
 
Vol 9, No 6 (November 1956) Wheatland to Grassland Pays Off in the Northern Plains.  PDF
R.D. Schnell
 
Vol 6, No 5 (September 1953) Bluestem Pasture in Summer and Winter for Making Beef.  PDF
E.F. Smith
 
Vol 4, No 1 (January 1951) Editorial: The Western Range and Changing Human Economy.  PDF
W.P. Cottam
 
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