Department of Economics, Department of Animal and Range Science, Department of Plant Science
The objective of the 3-year grazing study was reported in this bulletin was to develop effective, economical, and sustained beef cattle production on native and tame pastures with and without energy supplementation. The three pasture systems studied were native range, interseeded native range, and a tame pasture series.
pasture management, range management, grazing cattle, pasture improvement
South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Vigil, F. R.; Shane, R.; Fransen, S.; and Huber, D., "Management Choices: Native, Interseeded Native, or Tame Pastures" (1985). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 690.