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  Document CR-7193 Management of Insect Pests in Rangeland and Pasture

By Tom Royer and Justin Talley. This current report discusses insects and mite pests of rangeland and pasture and their control. Revised June 2017.

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  Document E-998 Patch Burning: Integrating Fire and Grazing to Promote Heterogeneity

By John Weir. This publication outlines the importance of fire and grazing for native plant communities, wildlife, and livestock. Reviewed July 2016.

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  Document NREM-2869 Management Strategies for Rangeland and Introduced Pastures

By Terry Bidwell and Bob Woods. This fact sheet discusses the differences in rangelands and introduced-forage pastures and management strategies required for each. Reviewed February 2013.

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  Document NREM-2870 Drought Management Strategies

By Terry Bidewell and Daren Redfearn. Producers should remember that grazing management is the most important factor for livestock producers in any economic or environmental climate, followed closely by proper soil fertility for introduced forages. Reviewed March 2013.

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  Document NREM-2875 Intensive Early Stocking

By Lance T. Vermeire and Terrence G. Bidwell. Many Oklahoma livestock producers are looking for ways to increase beef production, improve their rangeland for cattle grazing, diversify their operation and expand cattle marketing opportunities. Intensive early stocking is one form of grazing management that helps producers achieve many of these goals. Reviewed February 2013.

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  Document NREM-2886 Stocking Rate Determination on Native Rangeland

By Terry Bidwell, Dwayne Elmore, and Karen Hickman. This fact sheet addresses stocking rates on native forages. Revised October 2013.

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  Document NREM-2891 Native Hay Meadow Management

By Terry Bidwell, Daren Redfearn, and Brandon Reavis. This fact sheet management practices for native hay meadows.

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