The Cottonwood and Antelope Range and Livestock Research Stations, located in western South Dakota, are used for research projects focused on the needs of range livestock producers in that region. The stations are comprised primarily of native rangeland that is grazed by cattle at both stations, and also by sheep at Antelope. The philosophy of the research efforts has been focused on conducting applied research to solve problems and address rangeland and livestock management opportunities relevant to the livestock producers and land managers of the region.
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Oedekoven, Daniel B., "Cottonwood and Antelope Range and Livestock Research Stations Unit Report" (2012). South Dakota Beef Report, 2012. 12.