OSU Research Reports
Studies of confinement and pasture management systems for swine.
Creep-Feeding fall calves.
Stilbestrol implants for fall calves.
Carcass composition as influenced by animal age.
The growth and development of beef calves from weaning to slaughter weight with reference to the effect of plane of nutrition.
Feed lot performance and carcass composition of slaughter cattle as affected by winter feed level of their dams.
Fattening lambs during the summer.
Observations on the early weaning of creep fed lambs.
High energy rations for fattening feed lambs.
Inheritance of mothering ability in beef cattle.
Effect of winter plane nutrition on the performance of three-and four-Year-old beef cows.
The inheritance of two different types of Dwarfism in beef cattle.
Lifetime performance of beef cows wintered each year on three different levels.
Level of wintering fall-calving beef cows.
Effect of alternate low-high or high-low winter feed levels on growth and reproduction of replacement heifers.
Mineral-vitamin interrelationship in ruminant nutrition.
The influence of two levels of feed intake during gestation on the reproductive performance of gilts.
Bermuda grass hay for wintering beef cattle.
Interval of feeding supplemental protein to range beef cows.
Fattening cattle on “All Barley” rations in Oklahoma.
Efficiency of Gains by beef calves as influenced by weight and rate of gain.
Methods of processing Milo for fattening steer calves.
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