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2016 Annual Report

Crop Variety Trial Information

 Crop Variety Trials

Agronomy Research

Nitrogen Management Options for Soybean

Observing Effects of Rotation, Nitrogen,and Fungicide on Fungal Leaf Disease of Wheat

Summary of 2016 Agronomy Reports for SouthWest North Dakota

Grassland Research

Matching calving period with available forage nutrients

Autecology of prairie plants on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Prairie Wild Rose on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Fringed Sage on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Green Sage on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of White Sage on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Silver Sagebrush on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Western Snowberry on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Broom Snakeweed on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Sand Cherry on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Fragile Pricklypear on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Winterfat on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Creeping Juniper on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Skunkbush on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Autecology of Wild Licorice on the Northern Mixed Grass Prairie

Range Plant Growth Related to Climatic Factors

Horticulture Research

Ongoing Horticultural Research

2016 Hops Data

Livestock Research

End of Season Plant Available Soil Nitrogen within an Integrated Crop and Livestock System

Reducing cow wintering cost grazing stockpiled grass and crop residues

Effect of rotation crop, cover crop, and bale grazing on steer performance, carcass measurements, and carcass value

Effect of retained ownership and vertical integration within an integrated cropping system among yearling steers of differing frame score on feedlot performance, carcass measurements, and systems economics following delayed feedlot entry

Nitrogen Cycling in a Multi-Crop Rotation in an Integrated Crop Livestock Production System

Effect of Beef Cattle Frame Score, Forage Grazing Sequence, and Delayed Feedlot Entry on Yearling Steer Grazing and Feedlot Performance, Carcass Trait Measurements, and Systems Economics

Effect of a Multi-Crop Rotation on Soil Health, Spring Wheat and Rotation Crop Yields, and Cropping System Economics in Western North Dakota

Soil Health

Southwest North Dakota Soil Health Demonstration 2017 Report

Southwest North Dakota Soil Health Demonstration 2012 Report for SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education)

2016 Beeftalk Articles
 

BT852

Crossbreeding, or Should We Say Effective Breeding Systems

BT851

Breeding Systems are Coming of Age

BT850

Bull Selection and Obtaining Historical Benchmarks

BT849

Bull Selection and Understanding the Bull Pen

BT848

Bull Selection and Managing Risk

BT847

Thanksgiving and Finding a Whisper

BT846

The Arrival of Winter Means More Cow Feed

BT845

A Basic Question: What is the Unit of Production, Acres or Cows?

BT844

Controlling Cow Size Aids in Controlling Cow Costs

BT843

Effective Cropping Systems Reduce Winter Feed Costs

BT842

Who Wants to Save $300 per Calf?

BT841

Lower Prices Need Lower Costs

BT840

Sometimes I Think the Cows Know More Than We Do

BT839

Put Weight and Condition on Cows Now by Grazing Crop Aftermath

BT838

What Makes a Good Cow?

BT837

Decreasing Markets Are a Good Time to Ponder

BT836

Selling Calves is More Than Hauling Them to Town

BT835

Can You Afford to Sell Your Calves This Fall?

BT834

Frame Score 3 May Calves Put 1,400 pounds of Beef on the Rail  

BT833 Dreams, Opportunity Make the Future
BT832 May Calves Put 1,610 Pounds of Beef on the Market
BT831 Beef Production is Sustainable Grass Production
BT830 The Future of Beef: We Need To Get It Right!
BT829

Sustainable Soil and Integrated Beef Systems

BT828

Tag Calves for Maximum Marketing Opportunities

BT827

The Missing Sock

BT826

Commercial Beef Production Benchmarks for 2016

BT825

Management and Genetics Make the Cow Whole

BT824

Breeding Season is Long, So Keep a Good Eye on the Bull

BT823

Proper Achievement of Immunity in Cattle a Good Goal

BT822

The World Gives A Little, Takes A Little

BT821

What Am I Doing?

BT820

Cut Expenses Smartly, Not Quickly

BT819 Producers Worry, Calves Survive
BT818 Obtain a Well-Balanced Mineral Program With Magnesium Now!
BT817

Farming, Ranching, or Somewhere in Between

BT816 A Heads-up for a Dry Summer: Plan Forage Production Now
BT815 A Cow is Not a Cow, So Plan Now for Potential Summer Dryness
BT814 The Goal is 97 Percent Live Calves
BT813 Are You Feeding and Keeping an Eye on the Bulls?
BT812 Labor, Facilities and Equipment are Big Beef Expenses
BT811 Reproductive Observations of May Calving Compared With March Calving
BT810 Calf Growth Observations of May vs. March Calving
BT809 Why Would Calving Time in the Northern Plains Change?
BT808 Where are the Breeding Systems?
BT807 Countercultural Beef Production
BT806 What's in the Current Bullpen?
BT805 Am I Satisfied?
BT804 Kick Some Straw and Read the Book
BT803 Terminal Breed Indexes Available at Your Breed Association Website
BT802 Visit Your Breed Association Website for Maternal Breed Indexes
BT801 Buying Bulls by the Numbers
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