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Vol 24, No 4 (July 1971) Why Not Say It the Way It is. Details   PDF
C. Wayne Cook
Vol 22, No 5 (September 1969) Why proper grazing use? Details   PDF
E.W. Anderson
Vol 24, No 4 (July 1971) Why some cattlemen overgraze--and some don't. Details   PDF
M.C. Shoop, E.H. McIlvain
Vol 24, No 4 (July 1971) Why squirreltail is more tolerant to burning than needle-and-thread. Details   PDF
H.A. Wright
Vol 62, No 5 (2009) Wild Ungulate Herbivory of Willow on Two National Forest Allotments in Wyoming Abstract   PDF
Paul J. Meiman, Mark S. Throrne
Vol 3, No 4 (October 1950) Wildlife Depredations on Broadcast Seedings on Burned Brushlands. Details   PDF
W.E. Howard
Vol 25, No 3 (May 1972) Wildlife effects from grasshopper insecticides sprayed on short-grass range. Details   PDF
L.C. McEwen, C.E. Knittle, M.L. Richmond
Vol 34, No 1 (January 1981) Wildlife habitat on grazed or ungrazed small pond shorelines in south Texas. Details   PDF
R.J. Whyte, B.W. Cain
Vol 49, No 6 (November 1996) Wildlife numbers on excellent and good condition Chihuahuan Desert rangelands: an observation. Abstract   PDF
G. Smith, J.L. Holechek, M. Cardenas
Vol 50, No 6 (November 1997) Wildlife numbers on late and mid seral Chihuahuan Desert rangelands. Abstract   PDF
T. Nelson, J.L. Holechek, R. Valdez, M. Cardenas
Vol 64, No 2 (2011) Wildlife Responses to Long-Term Application of Biosolids to Grasslands in North Carolina Abstract   PDF
Brian E. Washburn, Michael J. Begier
Vol 60, No 3 (2007) Wildlife Responses to Vegetation Height Management in Cool-Season Grasslands Abstract   PDF
Brian E. Washurn, Thomas W. Seamans
Vol 12, No 5 (September 1959) Wildlife Survival in Brush Burns. Details   PDF
W.E. Howard, H.E. Fenner
Vol 31, No 2 (March 1978) Will mesquite control with 2,4,5 T enhance grass production? Details   PDF
B.E. Dahl, R.E. Sosebee, J.P. Goen, C.S. Brumley
Vol 60, No 5 (2007) Will Molasses or Conditioning Increase Consumption of Spotted Knapweed by Sheep? Abstract   PDF
Travis R. Whitney, Bret E. Olson
Vol 44, No 1 (January 1991) Willow planting success as influenced by site factors and cattle grazing in northeastern California. Details   PDF
S.D. Conroy, T.J. Svejcar
Vol 10, No 2 (March 1957) Wilton (Terry) White 1891-1956. Details   PDF
F. Renner
Vol 16, No 3 (May 1963) Wimmera Ryegrass and Lana Vetch for Forage on Marginal Grainlands. Details   PDF
R.E. Luebs, A.E. Laag
Vol 35, No 5 (September 1982) Wind Erosion Curtailed by Controlling Mesquite. Details   PDF
Walter L. Gould
Vol 55, No 1 (January 2002) Windrow grazing and baled-hay feeding strategies for wintering calves. Abstract   PDF
J.D. Volesky, D.C. Adams, R.T. Clark
Vol 32, No 3 (May 1979) Winter cold damage to bitterbrush related to spring sheep grazing. Details   PDF
C.H. Jensen, P.J. Urness
Vol 35, No 4 (July 1982) Winter diets of mule deer in relation to bitterbrush abundance Purshia tridentata, Washington. Details   PDF
G.C. Burrell
Vol 28, No 4 (July 1975) Winter foods of mule deer in Piceance Basin, Colorado. Details   PDF
R.M. Hansen, B.L. Dearden
Vol 42, No 5 (September 1989) Winter forb control for increased grass yield on sandy rangeland. Abstract   PDF
B.E. Dahl, J.C. Mosley, P.F. Cotter, R.L. Dickerson
Vol 13, No 5 (September 1960) Winter Germination of Intermediate Wheatgrass on Mountain Lands. Details   PDF
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