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Items where Subject is "Time-of-day harvest difference"

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Number of items at this level: 6.

Article

Fisher, D.S. and Burns, J.C. and Mayland, H.F. (2005) Ruminant selection among switchgrass hays cut at either sundown or sunup. Crop Science. 45:1394-1402.

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.

Conference or Workshop Item

Mayland, H.F. and Burns, J.C. and Fisher, D.S. and Shewmaker, G.E. and Carlstrom, R. and Cash, D.S. (2001) Herbivore preference for afternoon- and morning-cut forages and adoption of cutting management strategies. pp. 405-406. In: Proc. XIX International Grassland Congress. Brazil-São Paulo-Piracicaba, 2001/02/10-21.

Mayland, H.F. and MacAdam, J.W. and Shewmaker, G.E. and Chatterton, N.J. (2003) The diurnal cycling of sugars in grasses impact strip-graze management plans. pp. 466-468. In: Proc. Second National Conference on Grazing Lands. USA-TN-Nashville, 2003/12/07-10.

Mayland, H.F. and Shewmaker, G.E. and Fisher, D.S. and Burns, J.C. (2000) Diurnal variation in forage quality affects animal preference and production. In: Proc. Michigan Hay and Grazing Council. USA-MI-St. Johns, 2000/01/20.

Mayland, H.F. and Shewmaker, G.E. and Fisher, D.S. and Burns, J.C. (2000) Diurnal variation in forage quality affects animal preference and production. pp. 30-34. In: Wisconsin Forage Council, 24th Forage Production and Use Symposium. USA-WI-Wisconsin Dells, 2000/01/25-26.

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