OSU Research Reports
Which ewes should we cull?
The lifetime reproductive performance of a here ford cow herd.
High concentrate ration for fattening feeder lambs: The effect of sex or sex condition and initial weight on gain and feed efficiency.
The reproductive performance of here ford heifers on different levels of wintering feeding and summer grazing.
Performance and progeny tests for evaluating boars.
Alternate low and high winter feed levels on growth and performance of beef heifers.
Feeding protein supplements to range beef cows at 2, 4 or 6-day intervals.
Barley for grazing and fattening cattle in Oklahoma.
The influence of slaughter weight and limited feed intake during finishing carcass merit in swine.
Steam heated (Pregelatinized) Milo for fattening beef calves.
Factors affecting milk production of range beef cows.
The comparative value of corn, Milo and barley rations for fattening calves.
Fattening cattle on “All Concentrate” rations based on steam-rolled Milo.
Intramural vitamin A for fattening beef calves.
Bermuda grass and prairie hays for wintering beef cattle.
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