A.S. Series 72-5
Research was initiated at the Newell Field Station in 1968 to study the influence of certain mating and management systems of crossbred beef cows on subsequent beef production. Factors under investigation include year-round drylotting vs. summer pasturing and backcrossing vs. outcrossing. Preweaning calf treatments, creep feeding and stilbestrol implantation are being studied.
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Slyter, A. L., "Influence of Mating and Management Systems on the Performance of Beef Cows and Calves" (1972). South Dakota Cow-Calf Field Day Proceedings, 1972. 8.