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References and resources

Brian Loeffler, Helene Murray, Dennis G. Johnson, Earl I. Fuller
Reviewed 2008

References

Bartlett, Ben. 1991. Controlled Grazing: Balancing Forages, Livestock & Management. East Lansing, MI. (Extension Bulletin E-2288.)

Briggs, Rodney. 1955. Start a Ration-a-Day Grazing Plan: Strip Grazing or Daily Rotational Grazing. Agronomy No. 1. University of Minnesota Agricultural Extension Service, St. Paul, MN.

Census of Agriculture. 1992. Bureau of Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.

Dornbush, Calvin. 1989. Some points on potential Economies of Size Curves for Southeastern Minnesota Dairy Farms. St. Paul, MN. Master's thesis.

Gerrish, J.R., Brown, J.R., Peterson, P.R. 1994. Impacts of Grazing Cattle on Distribution of Soil Minerals. In: Grazing Reference Materials Manual. Cooperative Extension Division, University of Wisconsin-Extension.

Hammond, Jerome. 1994. The Changing Structure of Minnesota Milk Production: A Case for Optimism. Unpublished.

Johnson, Dennis. 1994. Dairy Production Systems Suited to Management Intensive Grazing. In: 19th Annual Forage Conference Proceedings. Winona, MN, Riverport Inn, January 20-21. Minnesota Forage and Grassland Council. pp. 42-47.

Johnson, Dennis. 1995. Personal communication.

Liebhardt, William. 1993. The Dairy Debate: Consequences of Bovine Growth Hormone and Rotational Grazing Technologies. Davis, CA; Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program; University of California Printing Services.

Linn, Jim. 1994. Supplemental Nutrient Needs of Dairy Cattle on Pasture. In: Grazing Reference Materials Manual, Cooperative Extension Division, University of Wisconsin-Extension.

Looker, Dan. 1995. The Milk Meisters. Successful Farming, (August) Vol. 93, No. 8. Des Moines, IA. Meridith Corporation.

Lotterman, Edward. 1995. Ninth District Dairying Faces Dramatic Change. Fedgazette, (January) Vol. 7, No. 1. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

Rust, J.W., C.C. Sheaffer, V.R. Eidman, R.D. Moon, R.D. Mathison. 1995. Intensive Rotational Grazing For Dairy Cattle Feeding. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, Vol. 10, No. 4.

Undersander, Dan. 1994. Management Under Intensive Grazing. In: 19th Annual Minnesota Forage Conference Proceedings, Winona, Minnesota.

University of Wisconsin-Madison. 1991. Forage Mixtures for Wisconsin. F.C. 12.9.1. Agronomy Department, University of Wisconsin Extension.

Resources

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