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Mayland, Henry F. and Shewmaker, Glenn E. (2001) Animal health problems caused by silicon and other mineral imbalances. Journal of Range Management. 54:441-446.

Stevens, Kristen E. and Mayland, Henry F. (2003) Catering to bossy's sweet tooth.

Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Mayland, Henry F. and Hansen, Susie B. (1997) Cattle grazing preference among eight endophyte-free tall fescue cultivars. Agronomy Journal. 89:695-701.

Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Mayland, Henry F. and Hansen, Susie B. (1995) Determining animal preference for grasses: Methods and error analysis. p. 508. In: West, N.E. (ed.) Proc. V Intl. Rangeland Con. Vol. 1. USA-UT-Salt Lake City, 1995/07/23-28. Soc. Range Manage., Denver.

Merrill, Evelyn H. and Mayland, Henry F. and Peek, James M. (1980) Effects of a Fall Wildfire on Herbaceous Vegetation on Xeric Sites in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, Idaho. Journal of Range Management. 33(5):363-367. September 1980.

Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Johnson, Douglas A. and Mayland, Henry F. and Martin, Scott A. and Hansen, Susie B. (2004) Elemental uptake in relation to root characteristics of tall fescue. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 35(9&10):1339-1355.

Mayland, Henry F. and Cheeke, Peter R. (1995) Forage-induced Animal Disorders. In: Forages, Volume II: The Science of Grassland Agriculture (5th Edition). pp. 121-135. Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa.

Mayland, Henry F. and Martin, Scott A. and Lee, Julian and Shewmaker, Glenn E. (2000) Malate, citrate, and amino acids in tall fescue cultivars: Relationship to animal preference. Agronomy Journal. 92:206-210.

Mayland, Henry F. and Hankins, Juley L. (2001) Mineral imbalances and animal health: A management puzzle. Station Bulletin No. 73. Idaho Forest, Wildlife and Range Experiment Station, University of Idaho, Moscow. 8 pp.

Sabreen, Shamima and Saiga, Suguru and Tsuiki, Mikinori and Mayland, Henry F. (2002) Mineral uptake of high-Mg cultivars of Italian ryegrass and tall fescue grown under different level of potassium. pp. 314-315. In: Proc. Japan Grassland Science Meeting. Japan-Fukuoka, 2002/09/21-23.

Mayland, Henry F. and Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Harrison, Philip A. and Chatterton, N. Jerry (2000) Nonstructural carbohydrates in tall fescue cultivars: Relationship to animal preference. Agronomy Journal. 92:1203-1206.

Asay, Kay H. and Mayland, Henry F. and Jefferson, Paul G. and Berdahl, John D. and Karn, James F. and Waldron, Blair L. (2001) Parent-progeny relationships and genotype X environment effects for factors associated with grass tetany and forage quality in Russian Wildrye. Crop Science. 41:1478-1484.

Sabreen, Shamima and Saiga, Suguru and Tsuiki, Mikinori and Mayland, Henry F. (2002) Plant tissues suitable for individual selection of Mg in tall fescue. pp. 316-317. In: Proc. Japan Grassland Science Meeting. Japan-Fukuoka, 2002/09/21-23.

Squires, Victor R. and Mayland, Henry F. (1973) Selected Bibliography on Water-Animal Relations. pp. 209-239. In: Mayland, H.F. (ed.) Proc. Water-Animal Relations Symp. USA-ID-Twin Falls (College of Southern Idaho), 1973/06/26-28.

Fisher, Dwight S. and Mayland, Henry F. and Burns, Joseph C. (2002) Variation in ruminant preference for alfalfa hays cut at sunup and sundown. Crop Science. 42:231-237.

Fisher, Dwight S. and Mayland, Henry F. and Burns, Joseph C. (1999) Variation in ruminants' preference for tall fescue hays cut either at sundown or at sunup. Journal of Animal Science. 77:762-768.

Mayland, Henry F. and Flath, Robert A. and Shewmaker, Glenn E. (1997) Volatiles from fresh and air-dried vegetative tissues of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.): Relationship to cattle preference. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 45(6):2204-2210.

MacAdam, Jennifer W. and Mayland, Henry F. (2003) The relationship of leaf strength to cattle preference in tall fescue cultivars. Agronomy Journal. 95:414-419.

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