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Supplements on fall rangeAuthor(s): Wallace M. Johnson
Source: Rancher and Farmer. 8(14): 10.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionSupplemental feeding of yearling heifers on fall range at the Manitou Experimental Forest during the fall season of 1953 increased weight gains 22.4 pounds per head, increased market values 75 cents per cwt., and resulted in $3.93 more value per animal after cost of feed had been deducted.
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CitationJohnson, Wallace M. 1954. Supplements on fall range. Rancher and Farmer. 8(14): 10.
Keywordssupplemental feeding, grazing, livestock, range management
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