3 edition of Some factors affecting cattle use of northern Arizona pine-bunchgrass ranges found in the catalog.
|Statement||by George E. Glendening.|
|Series||Research report / Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station -- no. 6., Research report (Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station (Tucson, Ariz.)) -- no. 6.|
|Contributions||Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station (Tucson, Ariz.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Grazing Preferences of Cattle for Certain Reseeding Grasses Some factors af- fecting cattle use of northern Arizona pine- bunchgrass ranges. Southwestern For. and Rge. Expt. Sta. Res. Rept.
6, 9 pp. (proc.) HURD, R. AND C. PEARSE. Rela- tive palatability of eight grasses used in Cited by: ranges. Literature Cited American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers. Real Estate Appraisal Course V. Grazing lands and cattle ranches.
Logan, Utah. June July 1. (Mimeo). Calculating Grazing Intensity for Maximum Profit on Ponderosa Pine Cited by: Grazing management of ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ranges of the central Rocky Mountains: The status of our knowledge.
USDA For. Serv. Res. Pap. RM, 24 p. Rocky Mt. For. and Range Exp. Stn., Fort Collins, Colo. Pine-bunchgrass ranges have historically been important livestock-producing areas in the central Rocky Mountains.
grazed ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ranges. Mounitaini muhly was the most abundant species on all grazing areas studied. Similarly, it fur- nished the bulk of the forage consumed by cattle.
In proportion to the amount of herbage taken, more mountain muhly was grazed on light than on either moderate- or heavy-use areas.
On mod. Title. Grazing management of ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ranges of the central Rocky Mountains: the status of our knowledge / Related Titles. Series: USDA Forest Service research paper RM ; By.
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TB Factors affecting the price of peaches in the New York City market. Kantor, Harry S. TB Factors affecting the. Goals / Objectives We propose to use long-term chart quadrat data to examine fine-grained changes in species mobility, turnover rates, and demography of the dominant (most common; approximately n=15) herbaceous plant species from ponderosa pine ecosystems of northern Arizona.
The short-term goal is to examine turnover rates; while the long-term goal is to develop demographic models of the. Skovlin, J. M., R. Harris, G. Strickler, and G. Garrison. Effects of cattle grazing methods on ponderosa pine-bunchgrass range in the Pacific Northwest. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Forage production and stocking rates on southern Arizona ranges can be improved / View Metadata By: Cable, Dwight R.
- Martin, S. Clark (Samuel Clark), - Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.) - United States. In this study, we reanalyzed data from a unique long-term study to determine vegetation responses to continued heavy livestock grazing and recovery patterns when livestock were excluded for 30 yr.
Permanent chart quadrats were established in in heavily grazed ponderosa pine–bunchgrass forests in northern by: 9. Ungulate Herbivory on Buckbrush in an Arizona Ponderosa Pine Forest Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Range Management 56(4) July with 31 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The effect of grazing intensity on plant composition, vigor, and growth of pine-bunchgrass ranges in central Colorado: Johnson, W. RMRS: Herbage utilization on pine-bunchgrass ranges of Colorado: Johnson, W.
M.; Reid, Elbert H. RMRS: Range condition classification of bunchgrass range at the Manitou Experimental Forest in Colorado. EPA / NOVEMBER LIVESTOCK GRAZING MANAGEMENT AND WATER QUALITY PROTECTION (STATE OF THE ART REFERENCE DOCUMENT) PREPARED BY: PROJECT TEAM Elbert Moore, Project Manager, EPA Eric Janes, Hydrologist, BLM Floyd Kinsinger, Range Scientist, BLM Kenneth Pitney, Soil Conservationist, EPA John Sainsbury, Biologist, EPA U.
Most reconstructed pre-settlement forests show low tree densities, averaging around trees/acre ( trees/hectare) (Covington and others ) to trees/acre ( trees/hectare) (Waltz.
Allison, C. Factors affecting forage intake by range ruminants: a review. Range Manage. Allison, F. Soil organic matter and its role in crop production. Elsevier, New York.
Alfred, K L Effects of a short duration grazing system on white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in the Rio Grande Plain, Texas. Johnson, W.M. () Effect of grazing intensity upon vegetation and cattle gains on ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ranges of the Front Range of Colorado.
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A distinct, if not unique, forest or general forest community occurs in the Interior Pacific Northwest of North America in a region lying on the west side of the Continental Divide of the Northern Rocky Mountains and extending into the Cascade Range.typical pine-bunchgrass vegetation.
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