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Cow-Calf Beef Production on Irrigated Pasture and in Drylot at Carrington

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Title: Cow-Calf Beef Production on Irrigated Pasture and in Drylot at Carrington
Author: Rodgers, David W.; Olson, Howard M.
Description: Irrigation development increases the number of crop and forage production options available to farmers and ranchers. Since its establishment in 1960, the Carrington Irrigation Branch Station has extensively tested crop options and their productive potentials. Adapted varieties of forage crops have proved to be consistently good yields. However, their excessive bulk and thus high transportation costs often limit the opportunity for marketing. It is apparent that the conversion of forage to readily marketable animal products at or near the site of production is desirable.
Date: 1976
Subject: Cattle
Livestock production
North Dakota State University
Pastures
Feeds
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9752

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