Publication Links from our Newsletter
Publications for July 2016 Newsletter
Efficacy of Low-Stress Herdingand Low-Moisture Block to Target Cattle Grazing Locations on New Mexico Rangelands. Stephenson, Mitch B., Derek W. Bailey, Larry D. Howery, and Leticia Henderson, 2016. Journal of Arid Environments 130, 84-93.
Effects of Rumen Protected Arginine Supplementation
to Cows During Early or Late Gestation on Progeny Glucose Tolerance (PDF). Owensby, L. R., C. B. Gardner, R. C. Dunlap, C. A. Löest, S. L. Ivey, S. H. Cox, A. F. Summers, and E. J. Scholljegerdes. 2016. West. Sec. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci. 67:194-197.
To Be- Available Publications
Drivers of grazing livestock efficiency: how physiology, metabolism, experience and adaptability influence productivity. Mulliniks, J. T., and R. W. Waterman. 2016. J. Anim. Sci. 94 (Suppl. 2): In press.
Supplementation and Sustainable Grazing Systems. Bohnert, D. W., and M. B. Stephenson. 2016. J. Anim. Sci. 94 (Suppl. 2): In press.
How do we identify energetically efficient grazing animals? Scholljegerdes, E. J., and A. F. Summers. 2016 J. Anim. Sci. 94 (Suppl. 2): In press.
Publications for December 2015 Newsletter
Heifer Body Weight Gain
and Reproductive Achievement in Response to Protein and Energy Supplementation While Grazing Dormant Range Forage (PDF). Richard Waterman, Jason Sawyer, Kim Kane, Dean Hawkins, and Mark Petersen. 2014. Agricultural Sciences 5:1296-1304.
Effect of Late Gestation Bodyweight Change
and Condition Score on Progeny Feedlot Performance (PDF). Travis Mulliniks, Jason Sawyer, Flint Harrelson, Clay Mathis, Shad Cox, Clint Loest and Mark Petersen. 2015. Animal Production Science.
Effect of Stocking Rate and Feeder Design on Hay Waste (PDF)
Britt Hicks, OSU CES Beef Cattle Research Update, November 2015.
NMSU CES Publications
Guide B-816: Managing Rangelands and Cattle in Drought-Prone Areas of the Southwest
Guide B-225: Preventing Persistent Infections of Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus in Beef Cow Herds
Field Day Proceedings
The Corona Range and Livestock Research Center has hosted five major field days that highlighted research and demonstrations conducted at the center. The most current field day was hosted in 2014. The Center currently hosts major field days every three years, the next being held in Summer of 2017, with educational programs in the years between. The proceedings of 2014, 2011, 2008, 2005 and 1997 Field Day's are available below. Check out the Events and Announcements page for future events.
For digital copes of the proceedings contact Shad Cox at email@example.com