A.S. Series 77-14
Range is a vast resource that makes up about 43% of the world's land surface, about 50% of the adjacent United States and slightly over 51% of South Dakota. This land is generally unsuited for cultivation due to low prercipitation shallow soils, poor drainage or temperature restrictions but is well adapted to grazing.
Department of Animal Science, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Lewis, J. K.; Waller, S. S.; Lacey, J. R.; and Gibbens, R., "Effect of Range Condition on Steer Gains" (1977). South Dakota Cattle Feeders Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1977. 5.