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1. Environmental effects of conservation practices on grazing lands (id:11134)

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2. Fish and wildlife benefits of Farm Bill conservation programs : 2000-2005 update (id:1058)

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3. Where to go for information (id:IND20390318)

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4. Rangelands--at close range (id:IND88053415)

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5. The creek that slumbered 40 years (id:IND88053427)

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6. Techniques for the future decision-making in range, wildlife, and fisheries management (id:IND87016246)

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7. Texas cattlemen and shrubland know-how (id:IND84105101)

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8. Comeback of grasses and forbs (id:IND84105104)

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9. How to keep and increase black grama on southwestern ranges (id:ORC00000596)

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10. Soil and water conservation in the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000522)

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11. Indicators of Southwestern range conditions (id:ORC00000501)

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12. The reseeding of depleted grazing lands to cultivated forage plants (id:CAT87211247)

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13. Experiment station work, LX : commercial bean growing, stallion legislation, digestion experiments with range forage crops, tests for casein in milk (id:ORC00000156)

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14. Experiment station work, XXXIX : improvements in peach growing, tankage and bone meal for hogs, mulberries, grinding corn for hogs, alfalfa in the eastern states, dips as lice killers, oat culture in the South, digestibility of fish and poultry, improvement of grass land, honey vinegar, succotash as a soiling crop, the farm woodlot (id:ORC00000092)

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15. Cattle ranges of the Southwest : a history of the exhaustion of the pasturage and suggestions for its restoration (id:ORC00000001)