OSU Research Reports
Comparison of lines and line crosses for economically important traits in swine.
Pork can be processed before chilling.
Preliminary performance of ewes involved in a twice-yearly lambing program.
Relationship between growth rate, probe back fat thickness, and carcass traits in swine
Differences in growth pattern and carcass development of angus bulls, steers and Heifers.
The Use of oral progestogens in controlling the estrous cycle of beef cows and heifers.
Animal agriculture and human nutrition.
The cumulative influence of level of wintering on the lifetime performance of beef females through seven calf crops.
Supplemental winter feeding of spring calving beef cows on bermuda grass pasture.
Influence of mature cow size on feed and energy requirements.
The influence of stilbestrol Implants on the performance of calves on wheat pasture or Sorghum Silage.
Methods of processing milo for fattening cattle.
Influence of level of nitrogen application to wheat pasture on vitamin A status of beef calves.
Area utilization by ruminant animals.
The performance of beef steers fed Iso-nitrogenous, Iso-mineral all-concentrate rations.
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