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Nutrients Produced by Forage Plants Are the Primary Unit of Production in Beef Operations

Spring-Seeded Winter Cereals Can Extend the Northern Plains Grazing Season

Manage Forage for Nutrients Not Dry Matter Production, Range Scientist Says

Extended Fall Grazing That Improves Profits

Uninhibited Sexual Activity on the Prairie Reduces Regional Profits

Healthy Grasslands Will Produce Healthy Profits for Beef Ranchers

Harvesting More Crude Protein Per Acre Reduces Forage-Feed Costs

Grazing Strategies Offer Natural Grasshopper Management

Pasture Recovery from Drought Depends on Previous Management

Grazing Native Rangeland in May Reduces Ranch Income

Old-Style Pasture-Forage Management Practices Need to Be Culled

Management Practices Contributed to Last Summer's Herbage Reductions

Drought Emergency Grazing Practices will have Costs Next Season

Not All Harvested Forages Are Expensive Livestock Feed

Twice-Over Grazing System Improves Soil Quality

Healthy Plants Have Smaller Forage Reductions during Precipitation Shortages

Efficient 12-Month Pasture-Forage Management Systems Reduce Beef Production Costs

Grazing Management Can Reduce Grasshopper Problems

Time of Harvest Is Critical in Minimizing Hay Cost

Study Shows Capturing More Value from Summer Pastures Improves Beef Profit Margins

Reducing Pasture-Forage Costs for Range Cows During Early Lactation

Reduction of Feed Costs for Third Trimester Range Cows

Increasing Value Captured from Grassland and Forages Boosts Beef Production Profit Margins

Native Pasture Is Not the Cheapest Feed for Range Cows in May

Reducing Forage Feed Costs for Third-Trimester Range Cows

Rangelands Are an Important Asset to the Northern Plains

Approach to Reducing Beef Production Costs Challenges Traditional Assumptions

Grazing Fall Green-Up in Pastures May Take a Bite Out of Next Year's Production

Well-Timed Grazing Can Stimulate Grass Growth and Tiller Development, Rangeland Specialist Says

Not All Heavy Grazing Is Overgrazing

Reducing Pasture-Forage Costs for Cow-Calf Pairs During the Fall

Deferred-Type Grazing Systems Reduce Grass Plant Density and Animal Performance

Early Grazing Damages Grass and Reduces Profits

Manipulating Grass Plant Growth Can Enhance Forage Production

Coordinated Rotational Grazing Can Minimize Late-Season Drop in Animal Performance

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