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Research Publications

Research conducted at the Corona Range and Livestock Research Center has been published in many different media. Please navigate through our publications lists to find material that interests you. More information may also be found in the 2005 Field Day Proceedings (see link in menu at left). Feel free to contact us for more information.

Publication Listing

Below you will find several lists of publications from research conducted at the Corona Range and Livestock Research Center. This information is currently in the process of being gathered and posted to our site. Links to documents available in PDF format can be found under "Related documents" at the end of each list, and are listed by year, first author, and key word(s). We hope to eventually have links to PDF files of most of the documents. Please contact us if you are interested in a publication that does not have a PDF link.

Professional Journals

Publications from professional scientific journals are grouped by journal with the most recent listed first.

Human-Wildlife Interactions

  • 2011. Condition, survival, and productivity of mule deer in semiarid grassland-woodland in east-central New Mexico. Louis C. Bender, Jon C. Boren, Heather Halbritter, and Shad Cox. Human-Wildlife Int. 5(2):276-286 Fall 2011. pdf
  • Rangelands

    • 1996. Changes in pinon-juniper vegetation: a brief history. Reg Ernst and Rex D. Pieper. Rangelands 18:14-16. pdf

    Journal of Range Management (Now renamed Rangeland Ecology and Management, below)

    • Snakeweed: Poisonous properties, livestock losses, and management considerations. K. C. McDaniel and T. T. Ross. 2002. Vol 55:277-284 Abstract
    • The nutritive quality of cholla cactus as affected by burning. J. E. Sawyer, L. A. Knox, G. B. Donart, and M. K. Petersen. 2001. Vol 54:249-253 pdf
    • Broom snakeweed establishment following fire and herbicide treatments. K. C. McDaniel, D. B. Carroll, and C. R. Hart. 2000. Vol 53:239-245 pdf
    • Broom snakeweed control with fire on New Mexico blue grama rangeland. K. C. McDaniel, C. R. Hart, and D. B. Carroll. 1997. Vol 50:652-659 pdf
    • Feeding by a native grasshopper reduces broom snakeweed density and biomass. D. C. Thompson, K. C. McDaniel, and L. A. Torell. 1996. Vol 49:407-412 pdf

    Rangeland Ecology and Management

    • Estimating grass yield on blue grama range from seasonal rainfall and soil moisture measurements. L.A. Torrel, Kirk McDaniel, and V. Koren. 2011. Vol 64:56-66. pdf
    • Utilization of one-seed juniper saplings by goats in relation to stocking density and mixed grazing with sheep. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell, Terrell Baker, and J. H. Walker. 2010. Vol 63:373-386.
    • Pinon-Juniper woodland use by cattle in relation to weather and animal reproductive state. Christina M. Black Rubio, Andres F. Cibils, Rachel L. Endecott, Mark K. Petersen, and Kenneth G. Boykin. 2008. Vol 61:394-404. pdf
    • Feeding value of singed walkingstick cholla. R. L. Endecott, J. E. Sawyer, C. A. Loest, and M. K. Petersen. 2005. Vol 58:430-433 pdf
    • Influence of plant material handling protocols on terpenoid profiles of one-seed juniper saplings. S. A. Utsumi, A. F. Cibils, R. E. Estell, and Y. F. Wang. 2006. Vol 59:668-667. pdf
    • Feeding value of singed walkingstick cholla. R. L. Endecott, J. E. Sawyer, C. A. Loest, and M. K. Petersen. 2005. Vol 58:430-433 pdf

    Weed Science

    • Broom snakweed (Gutierrezia sarothrae) dispersal, viability, and germination. B. L. Wood, K. C. McDaniel, and D. Clason. 1997. Vol 45:77-84. pdf

    Journal of Animal Science

    • The effect of increasing amount of glucogenic precursors on reproductive performance in young postpartum range cows. J.T. Mulliniks, M.E. Kemp, S.H. Cox, D.E. Hawkins, and M.K. Petersen. 2011. Vol 89:2932-2943. pdf
    • Protein and glucogenic precursor supplementation: A nutritional strategy to increase reproductive and economic output. J.T. Mulliniks, S.H. Cox, M.E. Kemp, R.E. Endecott, R.C. Waterman, D.M. VanLeeuwen, L.A. Torell and M.K. Petersen. 2011. Vol 89:3334-3343. pdf
    • Supplemental methionine and urea for gestating beef cows consuming low quality forage diets. R. C. Waterman, C. A. Loest, W. D. Bryant and M. K. Petersen. 2007. Vol 85:731-736 pdf
    • Effects of supplements that contain increasing amounts of metabolizable protein with or without Ca-propionate salt on postpartum interval and nutrient partitioning in young beef cows. R. C. Waterman, J. E. Sawyer, C. P. Mathis, D. E. Hawkins, G. B. Donart, and M. K. Petersen. 2006. Vol 84:433-446 pdf
    • Effects of protein type on intake, nitrogen balance, and site and extent of digestion in whiteface wethers consumin low-quality grass hay. M. W. Salisbury, T. T. Ross, C. R. Krehbiel, C. L. Schultz, and L. L. Melton. 2004. Vol 82:3567-3576 pdf
    • Can the beef heifer and young postpartum cow be physiologically and nutritionally manipulated to optimize reproductive efficiency? D. E. Hawkins, M. K. Petersen, and M. G. Thomas. 2000. Invited Paper

    Sheep and Goat Research Journal

    • Effects of supplementing ewes with d-alpha-tocopherol on serum and colostrum immunoglobulin G titers and preweaning lamb performance. C. L. Schultz, T. T. Ross, and M. W. Salisbury. 2003. Vol 18:96-100 Online or pdf
    • Development and reproductive performance in Suffolk and whiteface ewe lambs consuming medium-quality forage and supplemented with two levels of undegradable intake protein. M.W. Salisbury, T. T. Ross, C. R. Krehbiel, L. L. Melton, C. L. Schultz, and D. M. Hallford. 2000. Vol 16:37-45 pdf
    • Productivity of western white-face ewes consuming ruminally degradable and undegradable protein during flushing and late gestation. W. S. Ramsey, E. L. McFadin, T. T. Ross, and M. K. Petersen. 2000. Vol 16:101-110 pdf

    The Professional Animal Scientist

    • Pasture preconditioning calves at a higher rate of gain improves feedlot health but not post-weaning profit.. C.P. Mathis, S.H. Cox, C.A. Loest, M.K. Petersen and J.T. Mulliniks. 2009. Vol 25:475-480 pdf
    • Comparison of Low-Input Pasture to High-Input Drylot Backgrounding on Performance and Profitability of Beef Calves Through Harvest. C.P. Mathis, S.H. Cox, C.A. Loest, M.K. Petersen, R.L. Endecott, A.M. Encinias and J.C. Wenzel. 2008. Vol 24:169-174 pdf
    • Strategic Supplementation: Supplementing young cows for reproduction, a 10 year summary. R.L. Endecott, R.C. Waterman, J.E. Sawyer, L. Knox, L. Appeddu, C.A. Loest, D.E. Hawkins, S.H. Cox, M.R. Rubio, G.B. Donart, A. Cibils, and M.K. Petersen. 2007. Vol 23:?
    • Case Study: Metabolic hormone profiles and evaluation of associations and metabolic hormones with body fat and reproductive characteristics of Angus, Brangus, and Brahman heifers. R. Lopez, M. G. Thomas, Pas, D. M. Hallford, D. H. Keisler, G. A. Silver, B. S. Obeidat, M. D. Garcia, and C. R. Krehbiel. 2006. Vol 22:273-282 pdf

    Small Ruminant Research

  • Seasonal changes in one-seed juniper intake by sheep and goats in relation to dietary protein and plant secondary metabolites. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell, Sergio Soto-Navarro and Dawn VanLeeuwen. 2009. Vol 81:152-162
  • New Mexico Cattle Growers' Short Course Proceedings

    The Cattle Growers' Short Course Proceedings included the New Mexico Livestock Research Briefs through 2006. In 2007 the New Mexico Livestock Briefs were discontinued.

    • Low-input pasture vs. high-input drylot backgrounding: Research Report. C.P. Mathis, S.H. Cox, M.K. Petersen and C.A. Loest. 2007. pp. 22-28. pdf
    • Changes in bacterial diversity in the rumen of sheep consuming Juniperus Monosperma. J. Browne-Silva, M. Giacomini, M.K. Petersen and S.L. Lodge-Ivey. 2006. p. 58 pdf
    • 2006. Grass and broom snakeweed response to fire and herbicide control on the NMSU Corona Research Ranch. C. Ebel and K. McDaniel. p. 77 pdf
    • 2006. Supplementing young cows for reproduction. Corona Range and Livestock Research Center research summary, 1995 - 2004. R. L. Endecott, S. H. Cox, and M. K. Petersen. p. 66 pdf
    • 2006. Assessing the nutritive value of one-seed juniper in sheep. M. E. Giacomini, S. Utsumi, S. Lodge-Ivey, A. Cibils, S. Soto-Navarro, R. L. Endecott and M. K. Petersen. p. 58 pdf
    • 2006. Reproductive wastage and lamb survival of Western white face sheep grazing rangelands. R. R. Redden, S. H. Cox, M. R. Rubio, and T. T. Ross. p. 52 pdf
    • 2005. Blue grama growth and patchiness after fire and herbicide treatments for broom snakeweed control. C. Ebel and K. McDaniel. p. 93 pdf
    • 2005. Increasing glucose precursors in range supplements alters nutrient partitioning in young postpartum range cows. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, S. H. Cox, M. R. Rubio, R. B. Lueras, K. L. Shirley, R. D. Speckmann, C. A. Loest, D. E. Hawkins, and M. K. Petersen. p. 72 pdf
    • 2005. Effect of feeding range protein supplement on ruminal methylglyoxal production. S. L. Lodge-Ivey, R. L. Endecott, K. D. Richardson, and M. K. Petersen. p. 70 pdf
    • 2005. Breeding Suffolk rams to Western white face ewes on New Mexico rangelands increases weaning weight of lambs. R. R. Redden, S. H. Cox, and T. T. Ross. p. 69 pdf
    • 2005. Efficacy of a self-fed small supplement for prepartum cows grazing dormant pinon-juniper rangeland. J. E. Sawyer, S. H. Cox, R. L. Endecott, M. R. Rubio, and S. L. Ivey. p. 74 pdf
    • 2004. Using RFID ear tags to complement individual animal record-keeping. S. H. Cox, M. K. Petersen, and C. P. Mathis. p. 45 pdf
    • 2004. Blood ketone levels of young postpartum range cows increased after supplementation ceased. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, K. A. Notah, and M. K. Petersen. p.75 pdf
    • 2004. Glucose half-life of young postpartum lactating cows was half that of non-lactating herdmates. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, K. A. Notah, J. L. Duffey, K. L. Shirley, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, C. A. Loest, and M. K. Petersen. p. 75 pdf
    • 2004. Increasing glucose precursors in range supplements fed to young postpartum range cows. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, R. C. Waterman, K. L. Shirley, J. L. Duffey, C. A. Loest, D. E. Hawkins, K. K. Kane, F. Valdez, and M. K. Petersen. p. 76 pdf
    • 2004. Improving range ewe productivity. T. T. Ross, C. P. Mathis, S. H. Cox, and T. J. Stow. p.58. pdf
    • 2004. Grubbing young one-seed juniper with the piranha blade. G. Timmons and K. McDaniel. p. 89 pdf
    • 2004. Treating young junipers with Velpar. G. Timmons and K. McDaniel. p. 92 pdf
    • 2003. Increasing glucose precursors in range supplements fed to young postpartum beef cows. R. L. Endecott, D. L. Dunlap, R. C. Waterman, A. C. Fitzgerald, V. A. Munn, C. A. Loest, D. E. Hawkins, K. K. Kane, F. Valdez, and M. K. Petersen. p. 76 pdf
    • 2003. Range cows respond to nutrients differently depending on season. R. L. Endecott, D. L. Dunlap, R. C. Waterman, A. C. Fitzgerald, V. A. Munn, K. L. Shirley, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, C. A. Loest, and M. K. Petersen. p. 78 pdf
    • 2003. Corona Range and Livestock Research Center vegetation management plan. K. McDaniel and G. Timmons. p. 85 pdf
    • 2002. Cholla cactus has low digestibility. R. L. Endecott, J. E. Sawyer, V. A. Munn, C. A. Loest, K. K. Kane, and M. K. Petersen. p. 48
    • 2002. Response of grassland and woodland structure to vegetation manipulation on the Corona Ranch. J. M. Puttere and L. B. Abbott. p. 63
    • 2002. Economic assessment of high versus low input replacement heifer development programs. L. A. Stalker, J. E. Sawyer, R. C. Waterman, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, and M. K. Petersen. p. 51
    • 2002. A new concept in range cow supplement formulation. R. C. Waterman, C. P. Mathis, J. E. Sawyer, D. E. Hawkins, and M. K. Petersen. p. 52
    • 2000. Influence of season and grazing management on forage quality and yearling steer gain. T. L. Dean, J. E. Sawyer, R. C. Waterman, G. B. Donart, M. K. Petersen, and E. E. Parker. p. 77 pdf
    • 2000. Development of the first calf heifer. M. K. Petersen, J. E. Sawyer, D. E. Hawkins, and R. C. Waterman. p. 13 pdf
    • 2000. Changing the ratio and amount of bypass protein fed to young range cows changes the efficiency of supplement utlization. J. E. Sawyer, G. D. Pulsipher, R. C. Waterman, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, and M. K. Petersen. p. 70 pdf
    • 2000. Developing replacement heifers grazing winter range: Forage nutrients and responses to supplementation. R. C. Waterman, J. E. Sawyer, G. D. Pulsipher, K. K. Kane, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, D. E. Hawkins, J. Horton, and M. K. Petersen. p. 69 pdf
    • 1999. Effectiveness of zinc supplementation on average daily gain of stocker cattle grazing native range. T. L. Dean, M. K. Petersen, and G. B. Donart. p. 28
    • 1999. Grazing trials. T. L. Dean, G. B. Donart, E. E. Parker, and M. K. Petersen. p. 44
    • 1999. Use of liquid supplements with or without fat and(or) methionine hydroxy analog to improve nutritional status, lactational performance, and calf growth in cows grazing native range. G. D. Pulsipher, C. R. Krehbiel, M. K. Petersen, J. E. Sawyer, D. Dhuyvetter, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, and T. L. Dean. p. 27
    • 1998. Juniper control. G. B. Donart, E. E. Parker, K. McDaniel, and D. Gay. p. 108 pdf
    • 1998. Developing replacement heifers with limited inputs. D. E. Hawkins. p. 17 pdf
    • 1998. More two year old cows bred in the fall when supplemented with bypass protein. L. A. Knox, M. K. Petersen, G. B. Donart, J. E. Sawyer, S. Serrato-Corona, M. S. Brown, and E. E. Parker. p. 73 pdf
    • 1998. Grazing trials. L. A. Knox, G. B. Donart, E. E. Parker, M. K. Petersen, and R. D. Pieper. p. 106 pdf
    • 1998. Using bypass protein sources to minimize supplementation costs. M. K. Petersen, L. A. Appeddu-Richards, S. Serrato- Corona, L. Knox, D. E. Hawkins, and G. B. Donart. p. 11 pdf
    • 1997. The effects of seasonal grazing on winterfat in the shortgrass prairie of Southcentral New Mexico. C. Abernathy and G.B. Donart. p. 105 pdf
    • 1997. Different reproductive and lactational responses to protein supplements by two-year old range cows: 1995-1996 trial. L. A. Appeddu, J. S. Serrato-Corona, I. Tovar-Luna, L. F. Gulino, H. Albertini, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, D. E. Hawkins, G. B. Donart, and M. K. Petersen. p. 49 pdf
    • 1997. Different reproductive and lactational responses to protein supplements by two-year old range cows: 1996-1997 trial. L. A. Appeddu, J. E. Sawyer, J. S. Serrato-Corona, L. A. Knox, H. Albertini, E. E. Parker, D. E. Hawkins, G. B. Donart, D. M. Hallford, and M. K. Petersen. p. 52 pdf
    • 1997. Animal performance and vegetative response to continuous and rotational grazing. L. A. Knox, J. E. Sawyer, and G. B. Donart. p. 100 pdf
    • 1997. Broom snakeweed control with fire on New Mexico blue grama rangeland. K. C. McDaniel, C. R. Hart, and D. B. Carroll. p. 96 pdf
    • 1997. Habitat preference of cattle grazing pinyon-juniper grassland in central New Mexico. L. B. Rogers, G. B. Donart, M. K. Petersen, and E. E. Parker. p. 106 pdf
    • 1997. Improving range ewe productivity. T. T. Ross, G. Parker, S. Cox. p. 39 pdf
    • 1997. Changes in dietary crude protein in cows grazing the Corona Range and Livestock Research Center. J. E. Sawyer, L. A. Knox, G. B. Donart, and M. K. Petersen. p. 62 pdf
    • 1997. Evaluation of cholla cactus as an emergency feed. J. E. Sawyer, L. A. Knox, G. B. Donart, and M. K. Petersen. p. 47 pdf
    • 1997. Broom snakeweed (Gutierrezia sarothrae) dispersal, viability, and germination. B. L. Wood, K. C. McDaniel, and D. Clason. p. 97 pdf
    • 1996. The effects of seasonal grazing on winterfat in the shortgrass prairie of southcentral New Mexico. C. Abernathy and G. B. Donart. p. 122 pdf
    • 1996. Preliminary results: Digestibility and metabolic responses to protein and fat supplements fed to lactating range cows. L. A. Appeddu, M. K. Petersen, J. Hale, J. M. Sosa, L. F. Gulino-Klein, J. S. Serrato-Corona, and T. May. p. 73 pdf
    • 1996. Preliminary results: Postpartum reproductive responses of two year old beef cows supplemented with protein and fat. L. A. Appeddu, M. K. Petersen, D. E. Hawkins, J. S. Serrato-Corona, L. F. Gulino-Klein, I. Tovar-Luna, G. B. Donart, E. E. Parker, and S. H. Cox. p. 75 pdf
    • 1996. Spatial variation of pinon-juniper vegetation on the Corona Ranch. R. Ernst, R. D. Pieper, G. B. Donart, and G. M. Southward. p. 89 pdf
    • 1996. Effects of different protein diets on ewe and lamb performance. E. L. McFadin, T. T. Ross, and R. A. Renner. p. 57 pdf
    • 1996. The effects of protein and(or) fat supplementation on growth and reproductive parameters in yearling beef heifers. R. A. Renner, D. E. Hawkins, M. K. Petersen, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, M. Dumensil, E. L. McFadin, H. Albertini, and K. K. Kane. p. 49 pdf
    • 1996. Habitat preference of cattle grazing pinon-juniper grasslands in central New Mexico. L. B. Rogers, G. B. Donart, M. K. Petersen, and E. E. Parker. p. 120 pdf
    • 1996. Broom snakeweed dispersal and germination. B. L. Wood and K. C. McDaniel. p. 102 pdf
    • 1995. The effects of seasonal grazing on winterfat in the shortgrass prairie of southcentral New Mexico. C. Abernathy and G. B. Donart. p. 61 pdf
    • 1995. Range fertilization. G. B. Donart, E. E. Parker, and M. Dumesnil. p. 65 pdf
    • 1995. Regional history and local spatial variation of the pinon-juniper type. p. 53. pdf
    • 1995. Effects of by-pass protein on puberty in beef heifers. R. A. Renner, D. E. Hawkins, M. K. Petersen, E. E. Parker, M. Dumesnil, S. H. Cox and E. L. McFadin. p. 16 pdf
    • 1995. Bovatec as a self-fed supplement to range cattle. L. B. Rogers, M. K. Petersen, G. B. Donart, and E. E. Parker. p. 41 pdf
    • 1995. Habitat preference of cattle grazing pinyon pine/juniper woodland in southcentral New Mexico. L. B. Rogers, G. B. Donart, M. K. Petersen, and E. E. Parker. p. 62 pdf
    • 1994. Broom snakeweed control and seedling establishment after rangeland burning. D. B. Carroll and K. C. McDaniel. p. 77 pdf
    • 1994. Ingestion of snakeweed by native range cattle and effects of consumption on reproductive performance. S. H. Cox, T. T. Ross, J. A. Winder, G. S. Smith, and R. F. Beck. p. 59 pdf
    • 1994. Range Fertilization. G.B. Donart and E.E. Parker. p. 82. pdf
    • 1994. Progress report: Influence of early weaning, fall supplementation, and winter/spring supplemenation as singular or combined treatments on the productivity of range cows, year 2. M. D. Gambill, E. E. Parker, L. Tubbs, M. K. Petersen, G. B. Donart, and J. D. Wallace. p. 54 pdf
    • 1994. Broom snakeweed control with picloram and an organosilicone surfactant. K. C. McDaniel. p. 79 pdf
    • 1994. Improving reproductive efficiency in sheep. H. Meza, A. Cesar, T. T. Ross, S. Ramsey, and S. Cox. p. 35 pdf
    • 1994. Patterns of variation in plant cover of grassland vegetation in central New Mexico. R. D. Pieper, G. M. Southward, R. Harrington, and G. B. Donart. p. 80 pdf
    • 1994. Pinon-juniper ecology in western and central New Mexico. R. D. Pieper, V. W. Howard, G. B. Donart, and R. Ernst. p. 81 pdf
    • 1993. Broom snakeweed germination following fire. D. B. Carroll, K. C. McDaniel, P. N. Berry, and C. R. Hart. p. 93 pdf
    • 1993. Range fertilization. G. B. Donart and E. E. Parker. p. 79 pdf
    • 1993. Snakeweed on ranges in central New Mexico. R. G. Harrinton and R. D. Pieper. p. 82 pdf
    • 1993. Use of geographic information systems to integrate vegetation, soils, and topographic data for range surveys. R. G. Harrington and R. D. Pieper. p. 81 pdf
    • 1993. Broom snakeweed and associated herbage response to seasonal burning in New Mexico. C. R. Hart and K. C. McDaniel. p. 73 pdf
    • 1993. Relationships of scrotal circumference and weight gain at the Corona, NM Range Ram Test. K. M. Jensen, D. E. Hawkins, T. T. Ross, and J. M. Sachse. p. 37 pdf
    • 1993. Broom snakeweed control with picloram and an organosilicone additive. K. C. McDaniel. p. 76 pdf
    • 1993. Influence of early weaning, fall energy supplementation and winter/spring protein supplementation as singular or combined treatments on the productivity of range cows. E. E. Parker, M. D. Gambill, M. K. Petersen, G. B. Donart, and J. D. Wallace. p. 53 pdf
    • 1993. Livestock grazing influences snakeweed density. R. D. Pieper. p. 80 pdf
    • 1992. Fuel and environmental characteristics related to fire intensity in the shortgrass prairie. C. R. Hart and K. C. McDaniel. p. 97pdf
    • 1992. Influence of soil moisture on broom snakeweeds (Gutierrezia sarothrae [Pursh] Britt. and Rusby) ability to propogate and survive. P. N. Berry and K. C. McDaniel. p. 96pdf
    • 1992. Prescribed burning of pinyon-juniper rangelands. G. B. Donart and E. E. Parker. p. 100pdf
    • 1992. Seasonal effects of burning broom snakeweed [Gutierrezia sarothrae (Pursh) Britt. and Rusby] and associated grasses in New Mexico. C. R. Hart and K. C. McDaniel. p. 99pdf
    • 1992. Grassland plant communities on the Corona Ranch. R. G. Harrington, R. D. Pieper, and G. B. Donart. p. 87pdf
    • 1992. Response of broom snakeweed populations to grazing management strategies. R. E. Pieper. p. 86pdf
    • 1991. Influence of soil moisture availability on snakeweed seedlings and mature plants. P. N. Berry and K. C. McDaniel. p. 85pdf
    • 1991. Seasonal effects of burning broom snakeweed and associated grasses. C. R. Hart and K. C. McDaniel. p. 85pdf
    • 1991. Use of geographical information systems in developing range inventories on the Corona Ranch. R. Harrington and R. D. Pieper. p. 81pdf
    • 1990. Vegetation types of the NMSU Corona Experimental Ranch. C. R. Hart, D. L. Anderson, and K. C. McDaniel. p. 67pdf

    Agriculture Experiment Station Research Reports and Extension Service Guides

    Eighteen Years (1990-2007) of Climatological Data on NMSU's Corona Range and Livestock Research Center. NMSU AES Research Report 761. L. Allen Torell, K. C. McDaniel, Shad Cox and Suman Majumdar. October 2008. pdf

    Control Perennial Snakeweed. Extension Service Guide B-815. K. C. McDaniel. 2002. pdf

    A Field Guide to the Flora of New Mexico State University's Corona Range and Livestock Research Center. Research Report 745. A. C. Forbes and K. W. Allred. April 2001. pdf


    Locoweed Research - Updates and Highlights. Research Report 730. T. M. Sterling and D. C. Thompson, editors. January 1999. link

    • Common locoweed-feeding insects. D. C. Thompson pdf
    • Are rangeland insect spray programs enhancing weed problems? K. T. Gardner and D. C. Thompson pdf

    Snakeweed Research - Updates and Highlights. Research Report 674. T. M. Sterling and D. C. Thompson, editors. May 1993

    • Rainfall interception by broom snakeweed. M. K. Wood pdf
    • Surveying snakeweed infestations in New Mexico. K. C. McDaniel, A. J. Peters, and M. Eve pdf
    • Snakeweed on ranges in central New Mexico. B. Harrington and R. D. Peiper pdf
    • A grasshopper that only eats snakeweed? D. C. Thompson and D. B. Richman pdf
    • Prescribed burning: An alternative for snakeweed management? C. R. Hart, K. C. McDaniel, P. N. Berry, and D. B. Carroll pdf
    • Evaluation of spray adjuvants for use with herbicides for broom snakeweed control. R. Sanderson, E. Huddleston, K. C. McDaniel, J. Ross, and A. Hewitt pdf

    Conference Proceedings and Abstracts

    The following publications are grouped by conference, with the most recent listed first.

    Southwest Beef Symposium

    • 2009. Approaches to Minimize Protein Supplementation. M.K. Petersen, S. Cox and J.T. Mulliniks. Proceedings. pdf
    • 2009. Balancing Input Coxts and Cow Performance. Clay P. Mathis and Boone Carter. Proceedings. pdf
    • 2008. Calf Management: Weaning to Shipping. Clay P. Mathis. Proceedings. pp. 35-40. pdf

    Western Section American Society of Animal Science (WSASAS)

    • 2011. “Progesterone concentrations and lambing rates in ewes given human chorionic gonadotrophin,” Colleen Richardson, Patricia Black, Raed Halalshed, Stacey Fields, Dennis Hallford, and Tim Ross (poster)
    • 2010. Effect of supplemental protein source during the winter on pre-postpartum glucose metabolism. Flint Harrelson, Shanna Ivey, Shad Cox, Richard Dunlap, Travis Mulliniks, Boone Carter, Clint Loest, and Mark Peterson.
    • 2010. Assessing digestibility of shredding juniperus monosperma treated with 5% alkylation or 3% ammoniation. Chris Roof, Shad Cox, and Shanna Ivey.
    • 2009. Digestibility of dormant warm season vegetation with addition of supplemental protein. Patrick Sanchez, Shanna Ivey, Shad Cox, Richard Dunlap, Clint Löest, and Mark Petersen. Poster
    • 2009. Effect of winter supplementation on glucose metabolism pre- and postpartum. Flint Harrelson, Shanna Ivey, Shad Cox, Richard Dunlap, Travis Mulliniks, Boone Carter, Clint Löest, and Mark Petersen.
    • 2009. Effect of winter supplementation strategy on body weight and condition changes. Flint Harrelson, Shanna Ivey, Shad Cox, Richard Dunlap, Clint Löest, and Mark Petersen. Poster
    • 2009. Impact of body condition score on reproductive performance in young postpartum range cows grazing native range. Travis Mulliniks, Shad Cox, M. E. Kemp, Rachel Endecott, Richard Waterman, and Mark Petersen.(Applied Animal Science Award)
    • 2009. Increasing glucogenic precursors in range supplements improves reproductive efficiency and profitability in young postpartum range cows in years 2000 to 2007. Travis Mulliniks, Shad Cox, M. E. Kemp, Rachel Endecott, Richard Waterman, and Mark Petersen.
    • 2009. Pasture preconditioning calves at a higher rate of gain improves feedlot health but not post-weaning profit. Clay Mathis, Shad Cox, Clint Löest, Mark Petersen, and Travis Mulliniks.
    • 2008. Cow nutrition impacts feedlot pull rate. Travis Mulliniks, Shad Cox, Shanna Ivey, Clay Mathis, Jason Sawyer and Mark Petersen. Poster
    • 2008. Reproduction in young postpartum range cows supplemented with glucogenic precursors. Travis Mulliniks, M.E. Kemp, Sergio Valverde-Saenz, Cole Gardner, Shad Cox, Andres Cibils, Dean Hawkins and Mark Petersen. Vol. 59:
    • 2008. Impact of supplemented glucogenic precursors on nutrient partitioning in young postpartum range cows. Travis Mulliniks, M.E. Kemp, Sergio Valverde-Saenz, Mike Horvath, Shad Cox, Andres Cibils, Clint Loest adn Mark Petersen. Vol. 59:
    • 2007. Impacts of supplemental glucogenic precursors and cow age on postpartum range cow performance. Rachel Endecott, Shad Cox, and Mark Petersen. Vol. 58:352-357. pdf
    • 2007. Low-input pasture backgrounding system is more profitable through harvest than high-input drylot system. Clay Mathis, Shad Cox, Mark Petersen, Clint Loest, Rachel Endecott and Manny Encinias. Vol 58:122-125 . (APPLIED SCIENCE AWARD). pdf
    • 2007. Use of methylglyoxal as a tool in predicting ruminal nitrogen status. Mike Horvath, Shad Cox, Mark Petersen and Shanna Lodge-Ivey. Vol. 58:
    • 2007. Utilization of corn gluten meal by heifers as a self-fed supplement. Travis Mulliniks, Shad Cox, Jason Sawyer, Randy Worley and Mark Petersen. Vol. 58:237-239. pdf
    • 2006. Assessing the nutritive value of one-seed juniper in sheep. M. E. Giacomini, S. Utsumi, S. Lodge-Ivey, A. Cibils, S. Soto-Navarro, R. L. Endecott, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 57:256-259 pdf
    • 2006. Strategic low-cost supplementation. M. K. Petersen. Vol 57:3-6 pdf
    • 2006. An evaluation of Western whiteface lamb loss on the range. R. R. Redden, S. H. Cox, M. R. Rubio, and T. T. Ross. Vol 57:137-138 pdf
    • 2005. Increasing glucogenic precursors in range supplements alters nutrient partitioning in young postpartum range cows. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, S. H. Cox, M. R. Rubio, R. B. Lueras, K. L. Shirley, R. D. Speckmann, C. A. Loest, D. E. Hawkins, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 56:433-436 pdf
    • 2005. Effect of feeding range protein supplement on ruminal methylglyoxal production. S. L. Lodge-Ivey, R. L. Endecott, K. D. Richardson, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 56:445-447 pdf
    • 2005. Breeding Suffolk rams to Western whiteface ewes on New Mexico rangelands increases weaning weight of lambs. R. R. Redden, S. H. Cox, and T. T. Ross. Vol 56:167-169 pdf
    • 2005. Efficacy of a self-fed small supplement for prepartum cows grazing dormant pinon-juniper rangeland. J. E. Sawyer, S. H. Cox, R. L. Endecott, M. R. Rubio, S. L. Ivey, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 56:299-302 pdf
    • 2004. Glucose half-life of young postartum lactating cows was half that of non-lactating herdmates. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, K. A. Notah, J. L. Duffey, K. L. Shirley, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, C. A. Loest, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 55:15-17 pdf
    • 2004. New Mexico Forage Mineral Survey. C.P. Mathis and J.E. Sawyer. Vol 55:182-185 pdf
    • 2003. Glucose half-life decreased in young postpartum range cows from spring to summer. R. L. Endecott, D. L. Dunlap, R. C Waterman, A. C. Fitzgerald, V. A. Munn, K. L. Shirley, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, C. A. Loest, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 54:27-29 pdf
    • 2002. Snakeweed (Gutierrezia spp.) consumption by grazing beef cattle. S. H. Cox and T. T. Ross. Vol 53:345-349 pdf
    • 2002. Feeding value of cholla cactus. R. L. Endecott, J. E. Sawyer, V. A. Munn, C. A. Loest, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 53:167-169 pdf
    • 2002. Influence of undegradable intake protein mixed with mineralized salt on intake and fermentation profiles of cows grazing dormant winter range. L. A. Stalker, J. E. Sawyer, M. G. Thomas, M. D. Remmenga, C. Bailey, D. Wood, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 53:73-76. pdf
    • 2002. Increasing glucogenic precursors in range supplements fed to young postartum beef cows shortens postpartum interval. R. C. Waterman, L. A. Stalker, W. D. Bryant, J. E. Sawyer, D. E. Hawkins, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, F. Valdez, J. Horton, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 53:58-63. pdf
    • 2001.Effects of methionine hydroxy analog (MHA) and(or) fat added to a liquid supplement on ruminal and postruminal digestion and duodenal flow of nutrients in beef steers consuming low-quality lovegreass hay. G. D. Pulsipher, C. R. Krehbiel, L. A. Balstad, M. K. Petersen, D. V. Dhuyvetter, M. S. Brown, and B. M. Capitan. Vol 52:456-462
    • 2001. Effect of protein sources differing in rumen degradability and calcium propionate content on in vitro gas production. R. C. Waterman, L. A. Stalker, L. A. Balstad, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 52:234-235
    • 2001. Repsonses to range supplements differing in glucogenic potential with or without propionate salt to young postpartum beef cows. R. C. Waterman, L. Canales, R. L. Ashley, J. E. Sawyer, J. B. Taylor, G. D. Pulsipher, N. H. Wells, C. P. Mathis, D. E. Hawkins, G. B. Donart, E. E. Parker, S. H. Cox, J. A. Hartung, J. Horton, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 52:181-185
    • 2000. Altering the ratio and amount of undegradable intake protein in range supplements influences nutrient partitioning in young postpartum cows. J. E. Sawyer, G. D. Pulsipher, R. C. Waterman, D. E. Hawkins, E. E. Parker, S. Cox, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 51:308-311
    • 2000. Developing replacement heifers grazing winter range: Forage nutrients and response to supplementation. R. C. Waterman, J. E. Sawyer, G. D. Pulsipher, K. K. Kane, E. E. Parker, S. Cox, D. E. Hawkins, J. Horton, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 51:38-42
    • 1999. Effects of previous grazing on gain and feedlot performance in steers. B. M. Capitan, C. R. Krehbiel, G. C. Duff, R. E. Kirksey, L. M. Lauriault, and G. B. Donart. Vol 50:185-188
    • 1999. Effectiveness of loose zinc sulfate supplementation on average daily gain (ADG) of stocker cattle grazing native range. T. L. Dean, R. C. Waterman, J. E. Sawyer, M. K. Petersen, and G. B. Donart. Vol 50:176-179
    • 1999. Effects of increasing levels of undegradable intake protein (UIP) on metabolic and endocrine factors in cycling beef heifers. K. K. Kane, G. D. Pulsipher, L. A. Balstad, C. R. Krehbiel, M. G. Thomas, D. D. Denniston, B. J. Gardner, M. K. Petersen, D. M. Hallford, and D. E. Hawkins. Vol 50:214-217
    • 1999. Effects of a molasses-urea supplement with or without fat and(or) methionine hydroxy analog (MHA) on nutritional status and performance of mature cows grazing native range. G. D. Pulsipher, C. R. Krehbiel, M. K. Petersen, J. E. Sawyer, D. V. Dhuyvetter, E. E. Parker, S. Cox, and T. Dean. Vol 50:180-184
    • 1999. Growth, LH release, pregnancy, intake, and forage digestion in Suffolk ewe lambs supplemented with high or low levels of undegradable intake protein. M. W. Salisbury, T. T. Ross, C. R. Krehbiel, C. L. Schultz, L. Melton, and S. Langley. Vol 50:141-146
    • 1999. Delaying postpartum supplementation changes the pattern of cow weight loss without affecting total weight loss or calf performance. J. E. Sawyer, R. C. Waterman, K. K. Kane, D. E. Hawkins, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 50:107-110
    • 1999. Evaluation of a biopsy procedure for collection of liver samples. R. C. Waterman, J. E. Sawyer, T. L. Dean, J. B. Taylor, L. A. Balstad, C. Swenson, D. Bradden, G. B. Donart, J. R. Strickland, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 50:119-121
    • 1998. Supplementation of young postpartum beef cows grazing dormant rangeland. L. A. Knox, M. K. Petersen, G. B. Donart, J. E. Sawyer, M. S. Brown, J. S. Serrato-Corona, and E. E. Parker. Vol 49:219-222
    • 1998. Nitrogen utilization in thin cows consuming lovegrass straw supplemented with different amounts of non-protein nitrogen and true protein. J. E. Sawyer, L. A. Knox, L. A. Richards, M. Salisbury, J. Richards, C. Krehbiel, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 49:36-39
    • 1997. Evaluation of the effects of spine removal by burning on the nutritive quality of cholla cactus for an emergency feed. J. E. Sawyer, L. A. Knox, G. B. Donart, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 48:252-254
    • 1997. Different uses of protein supplements by two-yer-old range cows during a drought. L. A. Appeddu, J. E. Sawyer, J. S. Serrato-Corona, L. Knox, H. Albertini, E. E. Parker, D. E. Hawkins, G. B. Donart, D. M. Hallford, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 48:45-48
    • 1996. The effects of protein and(or) fat supplementation on growth and reproductive parameters in yearling beef heifers. R. A. Renner, D. E. Hawkins, M. K. Petersen, E. E. Parker, S. Cox, M. Dumensil, E. L. McFadin, J. E. Bruemmer, H. Albertini, K. K. Kane, and T. T. Ross. Vol 47:250-252
    • 1996. Effects of different protein diets on ewe and lamb performance. E. L. McFadin, T. T. Ross, and R. A. Renner. Vol 47:23-26
    • 1996. Postpartum reproductive responses of two year old range cows supplemented with protein, fat, or energy. L. A. Appeddu, M. K. Petersen, J. S. Serrato-Corona, L. F. Gulino, I. Tovar-Luna, G. B. Donart, D. E. Hawkins, J. R. Strickland, E. E. Parker, and S. Cox. Vol 47:2-6
    • 1995. Bovatec as a self-fed supplement to range cattle. L. B. Rogers, M. K. Petersen, G. B. Donart, and E. E. Parker. Vol 46:400-403
    • 1995. Effect of frequency of escape protein supplementation on body weight, metabolic hormones, and blood metabolites in yearling heifers feeding a roughage diet. I. Tovar-Luna, J. S. Serrato-Corona, W. S. Ramsey, J. Bruemmer, and M. K. Petersen. Vol 46:9-12
    • 1994. Protein supplementation of summer stocker cattle and carryover effects in the feedlot. I. Tovar, G. Parker, L. Tubbs, G. Wilcox, M. K. Petersen, M. Ward, D. Gambill, and D. Dhuyvetter. Vol 45:74-75
    • 1993. Effects of sodium sulfate, methionine, or cottonseed meal additions on in vitro gas production using inoculum sources depleted in nitrogen over an extended period of time. M. A. Ward, M. K. Petersen, D. V. Dhuyvetter, M. D. Gambill, and M. M. Stamm. Vol 44:409-412
    • 1993. Effects of supplemental vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol) on preweaning performance in Sullfolk and western white face lambs. K. A. Becker, T. T. Ross, B. C. Oetting, J. Martinez, and J. Williams. Vol 44:340-342
    • 1993. Postpartum reproduction in young beef cows treated with insulin. D. V. Dhuyvetter, M. K. Petersen, M. D. Gambill, M. A. Ward, D. M. Hallford, and J. D. Wallace. Vol 44:48-51

    Western Society of Weed Science

    • 1995. Damage potential of a long-horned beetle on broom and threadleaf snakeweed. R. E. Parreira, T. M. Sterling, D. A. Thompson, and L. W. Murray. Vol 48
    • 1992. Variable response of a potential biocontrol agent to snakeweed species. T. M. Sterling and D. C. Thomson Vol 45: 41-44

    Southwestern Section Society of American Foresters

    • 2006. One seed juniper mono- and sequi- terpenoids: analytical and ecological aspects. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell and Yuan-Feng Wang. Poster. pdf
    • 2006. Under-canopy and inter-canopy variation in herbaceous vegetation and soil temperature of one-seed juniper stands treated with herbicide. Hector Ramirez, Alexander Fernald and Andres Cibils. Poster. pdf
    • 2005. Small-scale variation in soil moisture content under canopies of one-seed juniper trees. M. Cattaneo, A. Fernald, A. Cibils, S. Cox, and M. Rubio
    • 2005. Pinon juniper management research at New Mexico State University's Corona Range and Livestock Research Center in central New Mexico. A. Cibils, S. Fernald, J. Boren, L. Bender, K. McDaniel, M. Petersen, S. Cox, M. Rubio, C. Black, R. Endecott, M. Cattaneo, and S. Utsumi
    • 2005. Variation in herbaceous vegetation and soil moisture under treated and untreated one-seed juniper trees. H. Ramirez, A. Fernald, A. Cibils, M. Morris, S. Cox, and M. Rubio

    Wildland Shrub Symposium

    • 2008. How does trageted grazing with small ruminants influence subsequent patch use by mule deer and cattle?. S.A. Utsumi, A.F. Cibils, R.E. Estell, J. Boren, B. Cooper, S. Cox and D. VanLeeuwen. Abstract. pdf
    • 2006. One seed juniper intake by sheep and goats supplemented with degradable or by-pass protein. S. Utsumi, A. Cibils, R. Estell, S. Soto Navarro, T. Ross, S. Ivey, M. Giacomini, S. Cox and M. Rubio. Abstract. pdf

    Simposium Internacional de Pastizales

    • 2006. Variacion en la vegetacion y humedad del suelo bajo tascates (J. monosperma) tratados con herbicida. H. Ramirez, A. Fernald, A. Cibils, S. Cox, and M. Rubio pdf
    • 2006. Uso del pastero de ovejas y cabras como herramienta para manejar la invasion de tascate. S. Utsumi, A. Cibils, R. Estell, S. Soto Navarro. pdf

    New Mexico Section Society for Range Management

    • 2006. Influence of protein supplementation on one-seed juniper preference by sheep and goats. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell and Sergio Soto-Navarro. Poster. pdf

    Joe Skeen Institute for Rangeland Restoration

    • 2006. Corona mule deer, pronghorn, and livestock co-management project. L. C. Bender, J. C. Boren, and S. H. Cox. Poster. Poster
    • 2006. One seed juniper mono- and sequi- terpenoids: analytical and ecological aspects. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell and Yuan-Feng Wang. Poster.Poster
    • 2006. Prescribed grazing by sheep and goats to supress juniper encroachment: Influence of stocking density and mixed grazing during summer. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell, John Walker, Shad Cox and Michael Rubio. Poster. Poster
    • 2006. Influence of protein supplementation on one-seed juniper preference by sheep and goats. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell and Sergio Soto-Navarro. Poster
    • 2006. Under-canopy and intercanopy variation in herbaceous vegetation, soil moisture, and soil temperature of one-seed juniper stands treated with herbicide. Hector Ramirez, Alexander Fernald and Andres Cibils. Poster

    New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit-Annual Report

    • 2006. Habitat use, individual performance, and population performance of wild ungulates relative to population structure and domestic ungulate habitat use. J. Boren, L. Bender, S. Cox and T. Kamienski. Abstract. pdf

    The Wildlife Society, Annual Meeting

    • 1994. Effects of restricted hunting pressure on a nonmigratory mule deer herd. V.W. Howard Jr. and W.J. Moore . Abstract.

    Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona and New Mexico Chapters of The Wildlife Society

    • 1999. Seasonal changes in the mule deer's home range. T.P. Howes and V.W. Howard Jr. Abstract.
    • 1997. Status of the Corona Range and Livestock Research Ranch mule deer herd. S.T. Smallidge and V.W. Howard Jr. Abstract.
    • 1994. Effects of restricted hunting pressure on a nonmigratory mule deer herd. W.J. Moore and V.W. Howard Jr. Abstract.
    • 1992. Preliminary results from a fee-hunting operation in central New Mexico. R.J. Berry and V.W. Howard Jr. Abstract.

    China International Rangeland Congress

    • 2008. Differences in rangeland use patterns of cattle contrasting stress coping styles. R.L. Wesley, A.F. Cibils, E.R. Pollack, S.H. Cox, J.T. Mulliniks, M.K. Petersen and E.L. Fredrickson. Abstract. pdf

    Book Chapters

    Conservation Strategies for the Biological Control of Weeds. R. M. Newman, D. C. Thompson, and D. B. Richman. Chapter 20 in Conservation Biological Control. Edited by Pedro Barbosa. Academic Press, San Diego, CA

    Gutierrezia. K. C. McDaniel and B. L. Wood. In USDA Forest Service Woody Plant Manual.

    Theses and Dissertations

    The following theses and dissertations are grouped within research area with the most recent listed first. Citations include year, author, and title. Copies of full manuscript are available in electronic format.


    Economics

    • 2007. Murugan, S. Profit maximizing livestock production and marketing strategies to manage climate variability. Full Thesis
    • 2006. Majumdar, S. The economic value of water for range forage production. Abstract

    Natural Resource Management

    • 2006. Ebel, C. A. Controlling shrub invasion: Effects on a shortgrass plant community. Abstract
    • 2005. Black, C. M. Influence of non-food factors on habitat selection of cattle and sheep.
    • 2000. Cox, S. H. Snakeweed (Gutierrezia spp.) consumption by grazing beef cattle. Abstract
    • 1999. Forbes, A. A floristic inventory of the New Mexico State University Range and Livestock Research Center
    • 1996. Abernathy, C. R. Seasonal growth response of winterfat (Ceratoides lanata) by treatment of grazing or rest in the south-central short grass prairie of New Mexico
    • 1996. Rogers, L. B. Habitat preference of cattle grazing grasslands interspersed with varying densities of pinon-juniper
    • 1995. Ernst, R. D. Regional history and local spatial variation of the pinon-juniper type. Abstract
    • 1994. Wood, B. L. Dispersal, viability and germination of Gutierrezia sarothrae seed
    • 1993. Pomerinke, M. A. Bionomics of two root feeding weevils (Coleoptera;Curculionidae) on Astragalus mollissimus (Fabaceae)
    • 1993. Turcotte, R. M. Integrated control of broom snakeweed by strip management at two selected locations in New Mexico
    • 1992. Berry, P. N. Influence of soil moisture on propagation and survival of broom snakeweed [Gutierrezia sarothrae (Pursh) Britt.& Rusby]
    • 1992. Harrington, R. D. The use of remote sensing and a geographic information system for a rangeland inventory. Abstract
    • 1992. Hart, C. R. Broom snakeweed [Gutierrezia sarothrae (Pursh) Britt. & Rusby] seedling response to spring and summer burning in central New Mexico

    Beef Cattle

    • 2006. Endecott, R. L. Nutrient partitioning in ruminants: mechanisms and manipulation of acetate and glucose metabolism. Abstract
    • 2003. Endecott, R. L. Supplemental feeds to meet nutrient limitations of range livestock in New Mexico. Abstract
    • 2003. Waterman, R. C. Supplementation of limiting nutrients improves nutrient utilization in young range beef cows
    • 2002. Stalker, L. A. Protein supplementation strategies for heifers and cows grazing poor quality forage
    • 2001. Dean, T. L. Influence of grazing management and supplementation of a loose zinc sulfate fortified mineral on diet quality and gain of stocker cattle grazing native range
    • 2000. Pulsipher, G. D. Supplemental nutrients for beef cows and heifers consuming low quality forage
    • 2000. Sawyer, J. E. Manipulating the nutritional environment with protein supplementation and grazing management
    • 2000. Waterman, R. C. Evaluation of nutritional limitations restricting production of young livestock throughout New Mexico
    • 1999. Richards, L. A. Effects of supplementing undegradable intake protein and fat on rebreeding, milk yield, body measures, and ruminal and serum traits of postpartum range cows and ewes
    • 1998. Knox, L. A. The response of beef cattle grazing native rangeland to management decisions
    • 1998. Sawyer, J. E. Investigations of nutrient quality: cow diets, alternative feeds, and protein sources
    • 1997. Tovar-Luna, I. Undegradable intake protein supplementation changes body weight, milk yield, blood metabolites, metabolic hormones, and glucose and acetate metabolism in cows and ewes.
    • 1996. Renner, R. A. Serum growth hormone concentrations during the estrous cycle and the effects of protein and(or) fat supplementation on growth and reproductive parameters in beef heifers
    • 1993. Ward, M. A. Protein, dl-methionine, and sulfur supplementation with poor quality roughage.

    Sheep and Wool

    • 1999. Salisbury, M. W. Increasing ewe lamb growth, development and reproductive performance by protein supplementation
    • 1997. McFadin, E. L. Effects of different protein diets on ewe and lamb performance
    • 1995. Ramsey, W. S. Finewool range ewe and lamb production under different protein supplementation regimes

    Wildlife

    • 2000. Howes, T. P. Female mule deer home range use on the Corona Range and Livestock Research Ranch. Full Thesis
    • 1997. Smallidge, S. T. The Corona Range and Livestock Research Ranch mule deer study. Full Thesis
    • 1995. Joseph, J. O. Seasonal food habits of mule deer at the Corona Range and Livestock Research Ranch, Central New Mexico. Full Thesis
    • 1994. Moore, W. J. Preliminary evaluation of the Corona Range and Livestock Research Center mule deer herd. Full Thesis
    • 1992. Berry, R. J. Initial mule deer herd study at the New Mexico State University Corona Research Ranch. Full Thesis

    Professional Society National Meetings

    American Society of Animal Science

    • 2006. Nutrient status of young postpartum range cows fed range supplements containing increased glucogenic precursors. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Rubio, S. H. Cox, M. R. Rubio, R. B. Lueras, I. Cowboy, R. D. Speckmann, C. A. Loest, D. E. Hawkins, and M. K. Petersen. Journal of Animal Science Vol 84:Supplement 1PDF
    • 2004. Blood ketone levels of young postpartum range cows increased after supplementation ceased. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, K. A. Notah, and M. K. Petersen. Journal of Animal Science vol 82:Supplement 1 PDF
    • 2002. Insulin responsiveness improved as glucogenic potential increased in protein supplements fed to young postpartum range beef cows. R. C. Waterman, J. E. Sawyer, F. Valdez, J. Horton, and M. K. Petersen. Journal of Animal Science Vol 80:Supplement 1 PDF

    Society for Range Management

    • 2012. Use of low-stress herding and protein supplementation to target grazing in central New Mexico. Mitchell Stephenson, Derek Bailey, and Kristin Romig.
    • 2012. Landscape use and movement patterns of beef cows and bulls during the breeding season. Adrienne Lipka, Derek Bailey, Steven Lunt, Milton Thomas, Shad Cox and Richard Dunlap.
    • 2011. Accurcy of cattle grazing distribution patterns recorded by horseback visual observers during the early morning. Steven Lunt, Derek Bailey, Adrienne Lipka, Milt Thomas, and Morgan Russell.
    • 2011. Characterization of the thermal environment of rangeland pastures with heterogenous vegetation structure. Vanessa Prileson, Andres Cibils, Wendy Taylor, Richard Dunlap, Shad Cox, Miguel Brizuela, and Silvia Cid.
    • 2011. Grazing distribution patterns of beef bulls and cows during the breeding season in central New Mexico. Adrienne Lipka, Derek Bailey, Steven Lunt, Milt Thomas, Morgan Russell, Shad Cox, and Richard Dunlap.
    • 2011. Understory cover in relation to one seed juniper sapling stand structure at a site in New Mexico. Andres Cibils, Terrance Booth, Samuel Cox, Brad Cooper, Richard Dunlap, Shad Cox, and David Borland.
    • 2011. Use of direct and indirect estimates of crown dimensions to predict one seed juniper woody biomass yield for alternative energy use. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Brent Racher, David Borland, Terrance Booth, Matthew Bobo, Samuel Cox, Shad Cox, Richard Dunlap, Al Sandoval, and Kent Reid.
    • 2010. Use of direct and indirect estimates of crown dimensions to predict one seed juniper woody biomass yield for alternative energy uses. Santiago Utsumi, Brent Racher, David Borland, Terrance Booth, Matthew Bobo, Samuel Cox, Shad Cox, Richard Dunlap, Al Sandoval, Kent Reid, Andres Cibils . Abstract.
    • 2009. Influence of weather and animal related factors on grazing distribution of livestock. Andres Cibils, Christine Rubio, Bob Wesley, Mark Petersen, Ed Fredrickson, Miguel Brizuela and M. Silvia Cid. Abstract.
    • 2009. Changes in digestibility of mature forage with addition of Juniperus monosperma or alpha-Pinene. Christine Roof, Laura Dawdy, Shanna Lodge-Ivey and Mark Petersen. Abstract.
    • 2009. Effect of Juniperus monosperma on rumen bacterial diversity. Laura Dawdy, Shanna Ivey, Johnette Browne-Silva, Christine Roof and Mark Petersen. Abstract.
    • 2009. Comparing beef cow behavioral syndromes to measures of productivity and spatial use of rangeland. Bob Wesley, Andres Cibils, Emily Pollak, Shad Cox, Travis Mulliniks, Mark Petersen and Ed Fredrickson. Abstract.
    • 2009. Under-canopy and interspace soil moisture and temperature of one-seed juniper stands. Hector Ramirez, Sam Fernald and Andres Cibils. Abstract.
    • 2009. Soil moisture response to tree thinning in central New Mexico. Sam Fernald, Ferhat Gokbulak, Hector Ramirez and Dawn VanLeeuwen. Abstract.
    • 2008. Grazing patterns of yearling heifers in juniper woodlands when supplemented away from water. Derek Bailey, Barbara Witmore and Andres Cibils. Abstract.
    • 2008. Influence of infrequent heavy defoliation on herbaceous biomass and basal cover of pinyon juniper understory. Hector Ramirez, Sam Fernald, Andres Cibils and Dawn VanLeeuwen. Abstract.
    • 2008. Measures of daily distribution patterns of cow calf pairs using global positioning systems on both cows and calves. Bob Wesley, Andres Cibils, Emily Pollack, Shad Cox, Travis Mulliniks, Mark Petersen and Ed Fredrickson. Abstract.
    • 2008. One-seed juniper use by goats: Influence of stocking density and mixed grazing in summer and spring. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell and John Walker. Abstract.
    • 2008. Using soil moisture to estimate the economic value of rainfall events for range forage production. Allen Torell, Kirk McDaniel and Brian Hurd. Abstract.
    • 2007. Effects of gender on social learning of feeding site avoidance in lambs. Bob Wesley, Andres Cibils and Emily Pollak. Abstract.PDF
    • 2007. Evaluation of low-stress herding and supplement placement to modify cattle distribution and improve pronghorn habitat. Emily Pollak, Derek Bailey, Louis Bender, Jon Boren, Andres Cibils and Bob Wesley. Abstract.PDF
    • 2007. One-seed juniper intake by sheep and goats supplemented with degradable or by-pass protein. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils, Rick Estell and Sergio Soto-Navarro. Abstract.PDF
    • 2007. Sheep and goats as tool to suppress juniper encroachment: Influence of stocking density and mixed grazing during summer. Santiago Utsumi, Andres Cibils and Richard Estell. Abstract. PDF
    • 2007. Under-canopy and intercanopy variation in soil moisture and soil temperature of one-seed juniper stands treated with herbicide. Hector Ramirez, Sam Fernald and Andres Cibils. Abstract.PDF. Poster
    • 2006. Habitat use by cattle grazing pinyon juniper rangelands during calving in early spring. C. M. Black, A. F. Cibils, R. L. Endecott, M. R. Rubio, S. H. Cox, M. K. Petersen, and K. Boykin. Abstract.
    • 2006. Variation in herbaceous vegetation and soil moisture under treated and untreated one-seed juniper trees. H. Ramirez, S. Fernald, A. Cibils, M. Morris, S. Cox and M. RubioPoster. Poster
    • 2006. Water distribution in soil horizons beneath Juniperus monosperma in central New Mexico. S. Fernald, A. F. Cibils, D. VanLeeuwen, and C. Ochoa. Abstract.
    • 2005. Moving cows to fresh pasture and feeding range supplements containing propionate salt improved dormant blue grama digestibility. R. L. Endecott, C. M. Black, K. A Notah, S. H. Cox, and M. K. Petersen. Abstract.
    • 1994. Patterns of variation in plant cover of grassland vegetation in central New Mexico. Rex D. Pieper, G.M. Southward, Robert Harrington and Gary B. Donart. Abstract.
    • 1993. The use of geographic information systems to integrate vegetation, soils, and topographic data for range surveys. Robert G. Harrington and Rex D. Pieper. Abstract.
    • 1992. The use of remote sensing and geographical information systems for rangeland inventory in central New Mexico. Robert Harrington and Rex D. Pieper. Abstract.

    Miscellaneous Reports and Publications

    • Variation in herbaceous vegetation and soil moisture under treated and untreated one-seed juniper trees. Hector Ramirez, Samuel Fernald, Andres Cibils, Michelle Morris, Shad Cox and Michael Rubio. 2008. Proceedings:Rocky Mountain Research Station, U.S. Forest Service. pdf
    • Pinon-Juniper management research at Corona Range and Livestock Research Center in Central New Mexico. 2008. Andres Cibils, Mark Petersen, Shad Cox and Michael Rubio. 2008. Proceedings:Rocky Mountain Research Station, U.S. Forest Service. pdf
    • Exploratory Case Study on the Value of Improving Soil Moisture Forecast Information for Range Management-Report 2 L. Allen Torell, Kirk C. McDaniel and Brian H. Hurd. 2007. Prepared for National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). pdf

    Unpublished Manuscripts

    • Vegetation Community Types of the NMSU Corona Experimental Ranch. D. L. Anderson, C. R. Hart and K. C. McDaniel. 1989-unpublished. Note: Data collected prior to 1990 and does not include additional 10 sections located to East and Southeast. pdf