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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 62, Number 3, September 2007

A review of forage grass and clover seed use in Northern Ireland, UK between 1980 and 2004
pp. 239-254(16)
Authors: Gilliland, T. J.; Johnston, J.; Connolly, C.

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Effects of continuous or rotational grazing of two perennial ryegrass varieties on the chemical composition of the herbage and the performance of finishing lambs
pp. 255-264(10)
Authors: Marley, C. L.; Fraser, M. D.; Fisher, W. J.; Forbes, A. B.; Jones, R.; Moorby, J. M.; MacRae, J. C.; Theodorou, M. K.

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Effect on upland beef production of incorporating winter feeding of red clover silage or summer grazing of Molinia-dominated semi-natural pastures
pp. 284-300(17)
Authors: Fraser, M. D.; Davies, D. A.; Wright, I. A.; Vale, J. E.; Nute, G. R.; Hallett, K. G.; Richardson, R. I.

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Seasonal distribution of herbage mass and nutritive value of Prairiegrass (Bromus catharticus Vahl)
pp. 301-311(11)
Authors: Belesky, D. P.; Ruckle, J. M.; Abaye, A. O.

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Effects of ruminal fill on short-term herbage intake rate and grazing dynamics of beef heifers
pp. 346-354(9)
Authors: Gregorini, P.; Gunter, S. A.; Masino, C. A.; Beck, P. A.

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Effects of shrub encroachment on herbage production and nutritive value in semi-arid Mediterranean grasslands
pp. 355-363(9)
Authors: Zarovali, M. P.; Yiakoulaki, M. D.; Papanastasis, V. P.

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Fungal alkaloids in populations of endophyte-infected Festuca rubra subsp. pruinosa
pp. 364-371(8)
Authors: Vázquez-de-Aldana, B. R.; Zabalgogeazcoa, I.; García-Ciudad, A.; García-Criado, B.

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