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Grazing Systems for the Mixed Grass Prairie of North Dakota.
Results of a comparison study of three different grazing systems: season long, rotational and short term grazing.
Effects of Swathed Forage Type on Intake and Total Tract Digestion
Research results assessing the effects of swathed forage and protein supplementation on dietary intake and digestibility of cows.
Swath Grazing vs Native Range Grazing for Wintering Beef Cows in South-Central North Dakota
Comparison study of cow performance of swath grazing (using crested wheatgrass, big bluestem, and foxtail millet) and native range grazing.
Determining an Optimum Stocking Rate for the Missouri Coteau of North Dakota
This study compares the effects of five different grazing intensities on the plant community, livestock performance and economic returns.
Effects of Dormant Season Grazing on Herbage Production and Plant Growth
A study to determine the impacts of winter grazing on herbage production, growth rate of dominant grass species, and changes in plant species composition using various levels and combinations of winter and summer use.
Cow and Calf Performance as Affected by Grazing Management
Different grazing treatments cause changes in the quantity of plant growth and the quality of herbage; this study compares cow and calf accumulated weight gain, rate of weight gain per acre, and rate of weight gain per day ...
A Five-Year Study of Fertilization of Extremely Grazed and Moderately Grazed Mixed-Grass Prairie with Slow-Release Phosphorus and Urea
Study showing the response of extremely and moderately grazed mixed-grass prairie vegetation to annual applications of slow release phosphorus and slow release urea.
Cow and Calf Performance on Pasture-Forage Types during the Fall, mid October to mid November
Report on research to evaluate fall grazing effects on cow and calf weight gains separately from animal performance during the other portions of the grazing season.
Plant Responses to Different Grazing Intensities in the Missouri Coteau of North Dakota
Report assessing the effect that grazing intensity has on Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis) in the Coteau region of North Dakota; examins seed banks in areas of light grazing intensity and extreme grazing intensity.
Evaluating Beef Cow Performance: Comparing Crested Wheatgrass/legume, Big Bluestem, and Foxtail Millet in Swath Grazing
Comparison study of cool-season perennial, warm-season perennial, and warm-season on beef cow performance and economics.