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Biologically Effective Management of Grazinglands - Grazing Handbook

Biologically Effective Management of Grazinglands


Section 1

Rangelands of the Northern Plains Contains 6 reports (from below) - 2.73 MB)

Section 2

Effects of Environmental Factors (Compilation of following six reports 1.6MB)

Section 3

Effects of Partial Defoliation (Compilation of following five reports 1.8MB)

Section 4

Effects of Grazing Management Treatments (Compilation of following two reports 4.34MB)

Biogeochemical Processes of Prairie Ecosystems 2nd. Ed. (Entire report 10.4MB )

Biology of Defoliation by Grazing

Ectomycorrizal Fungi in Rhizosphere

Biogeochemical Model to Improve Soil Quality

Nitrogen Cycle on Rangelands

Mineral Nitrogen Threshold at 100 Pounds per Acre

Mineral Nitrogen Influence on Water Use Efficiency

Reduction of Detrimental Effects from Drought Conditions

Effects from Fire

Grazing and Burning Effects on Ecosystem Processes

Restoration of Degraded Prairie Ecosystems

Degradation and Biological Restoration of Prairie Ecosystems

Perpetually Sustainable Grazingland Ecosystems

Initial Restoration Changes of Degraded Ecosystems

Management Based on Ecosystem Mechanisms and Processes

Evaluation and Development of Forage Management Strategies for Range Cows (Entire Report 4.1MB)

Efficient Management Strategies for Range Cows

Section 1

Section 2

Methods for Development of Biologically Effective Management Strategies (Entire Report 578KB)

Mismatch of Modern Beef Cattle Fed by Traditional Management Practices

Implementation of Biologically Effective Grazing Management Strategies

Methods for Conducting Pasture and Forage Inventories

Generalized Landscape Management Units

Simplified Assessment of Rangeland Health Condition

Animal Unit Equivalent for Beef Cattle Based on Metabolic Weight

Length of the Average Grazing Season Month

Generalized Average Stocking Rates

Method to Determine Stocking Rate

Determination of 12-Month Nutrient Requirements for Beef Cows

Reducing Beef Production Costs by Reducing Nutrient Costs

Grassland Ecosystem Monitoring

Methods for Comparisons of Costs and Returns for Forage Types

Increasing Value Captured from the Land Natural Resources 3rd. Ed. (Entire Report 5.7MB)

Introduction and Procedure

Dry Gestation Production Period

Third Trimester Production Period

Early Lactation Production Period

Spring Lactation Production Period

Summer Lactation Production Period

Fall Lactation Production Period

Selection of Low Cost-High Return Forage Types

12-Month Forage Management Strategies

Evaluation of Late Calving during Early May to Late June (Entire Report 251KB)

Effects on Steer and Heifer Weight Gain

Effects on Calves Born during the Early, Middle and Late Periods


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