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First Year Results- Beef Production on Irrigated Pasture in North Dakota

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Title: First Year Results- Beef Production on Irrigated Pasture in North Dakota
Author: Dodds, Duaine L.; Johnson, LaDon; Soiseth, Charles
Description: The paper addresses a study which was designed to determine the beef production potential of yearling steers grazing an intensively managed irrigated grass alfalfa pasture in North Dakota. Soil, irrigation and animal management are discussed. The potential of irrigated pasture will depend largely upon the level of operator management. This study has shown that a four-pasture rotation can be managed to maintain a good growth of forage for grazing livestock provided water application is timely and based on the needs of the crop.
Date: 1973
Subject: Livestock production
Cattle
Pastures
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9795

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