A.S. Series 69-56
Long term grazing management studies must cover both wet and dry phases of the climatic cycle in order to provide reliable estimates of the effects of various grazing management practices on livestock production and on the range resource. Intensity of grazing studies with sheep have been conducted at the Antelope Range since 1950. A progress report of this work was published by Gartner, Lewis and Trevillyan (1965). The first phase of this study was concluded in 1962.
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Lewis, James K.; Trevillyan, W. R.; and Haferkamp, Marshall, "Grazing Studies at Antelope Range A Progress Report 1964-69" (1970). South Dakota Sheep Field Day Research Reports, 1970. 11.