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Conference Paper
Taylor, Jr. D.A., Garza, Jr. N.E., Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry.  1988.  Bonding of kids to heifers. 41st Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :Abstract311.
Fredrickson E.L., Thilsted J.P., Estell RE, Shupe, W. Larry.  1993.  Effect of chronic ingestion of tarbush (Flourensia cernua) on the serum chemistry, occult blood and histopathology of ewe lambs. Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :130.
Estell RE, Havstad K, Heird C.E., Fredrickson E.L., Hallford D.M., Shupe, W. Larry.  1991.  Effect of cyclic feeding patterns on growth, serum metabolites and hormones, organ size and carcass traits of wether lambs. American Society of Animal Science. :No.839.
Shupe, W. Larry, Fredrickson E.L., Havstad K, Estell RE.  1993.  Effect of feeding ewe lambs a 15% tarbush pellet pre-and post-weaning on subsequent diet selection of tarbush. 46th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management. :No.131.
Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry.  1987.  Effectiveness of cattle in protecting lambs from coyote predation. 40th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :2.
Hulet CV, Shupe, W. Larry, Ross T.T..  1984.  Effects of nutritional environment on breeding season in range sheep. Journal of Animal Science. 59(Suppl 1):339.
Estell RE, Fredrickson E.L., Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Saar L.J..  1993.  Evaluation of onions as a feed source for growing wethers. Journal of Animal Science. 71(Suppl. 1):71.
Anderson D.M., Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Libeau R..  1993.  Facilitating mixed-species management of sheep with cattle through bonding. Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :No.96.
Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Shupe, W. Larry, Smith J.N.  1988.  Response of bonded and unbonded sheep to the approach of a trained border collie. 41st Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :187.
Conference Proceedings
Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1988.  Behaviour modification in sheep to reduce canine predation and facilitate grazing with cattle. Proceedings of the Third International Rangeland Congress, Range Management Society of India. II:427-430.
Hulet CV, Anderson D.M., Shupe, W. Larry, Smith J.N.  1988.  Bonding to facilitate multispecies grazing. 29th Annual Western Dakota Sheep Day, Hettinger Research and Extension Center, North Dakota State University, Agricultural Experiment Station. :42-43.
Journal Article
Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1992.  An attempt to bond weaned 3-month-old beef heifers to yearling ewes. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 34:181-188.
Anderson D.M., Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Libeau R., Smith J.N, Murray L.W..  1994.  Benefits and costs in controlling sheep bonded to cattle without wire fencing. Small Ruminant Research. 14:1-8.
Hulet CV, Anderson D.M., Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry, Taylor, Jr. D.A., Murray L.W..  1988.  Bonding of goats to sheep and cattle for protection from predators. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 22:261-267.
Hulet CV, Anderson D.M., Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry.  1987.  Bonding of sheep to cattle as an effective technique for predation control. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 19:19-25.
Hulet CV, Anderson D.M., Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1991.  Bonding of Spanish kid goats to cattle and sheep. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 30:97-103.
Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1987.  Bonding of young sheep to heifers. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 19:31-40.
Hulet CV, Shupe, W. Larry, Howard, Jr. V.W.  1987.  Coyotes, guard dogs and electric fences. Rangelands. 9:102-105.
Anderson D.M., Estell RE, Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Libeau R., Murray L.W..  1996.  Differences in ewe and wether behavior when bonded to cattle. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 47:201-209.
Fredrickson E.L., Estell RE, Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  2000.  The effect of feeding ewe lambs a 15% tarbush (Flourensia cernua DC) pellet pre- and post-weaning on the subsequent diet selection of tarbush. Journal of Arid Environments. 44:123-131.
Hulet CV, Anderson D.M., Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1992.  Effects of age and flock size on flocking behavior in Rambouillet and Rambouillet x Polypay female sheep. Sheep Research Journal. 8:112-115.
Hulet CV, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1988.  Effects of breeding season, nutritional environment and lambing management on lamb production of Southwest Rambouillet ewes. Theriogenology. 29:1295-1302.
Hulet CV, Shupe, W. Larry, Ross T.T., Richards W.A..  1986.  Effects of nutritional environment and ram effect on breeding season in range sheep. Theriogenology. 25:317-323.
Estell RE, Havstad K, Heird C.E., Fredrickson E.L., Hallford D.M., Shupe, W. Larry.  1993.  Effects of repeated cycles of feed intake shifts on growth, feed efficiency and endocrine profiles of wether lambs. Small Ruminant Research. 10:103-118.
Estell RE, Fredrickson E.L., Tellez M.R., Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Anderson D.M., Remmenga M.D..  1998.  Effects of volatile compounds on consumption of alfalfa pellets by sheep. Journal of Animal Science. 76:228-233.
Fredrickson E.L., Shupe, W. Larry.  1992.  Feeding cull onions to sheep. Ranch Magazine. :44.
Hulet CV, Anderson D.M., Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1992.  Field versus pen bonding lambs to cattle. Sheep Research Journal. 8:69-72.
Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Smith J.N, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1987.  Heifer disposition and bonding of lambs to heifers. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 19:27-30.
Fredrickson E.L., Anderson D.M., Estell RE, Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Remmenga M.D..  2001.  Pen confinement of yearling ewes with cows or heifers for 14 days to produce bonded sheep. Small Ruminant Research. 40:291-297.
Fredrickson E.L., Estell RE, Havstad K, Shupe, W. Larry, Murray L.W..  1995.  Potential toxicity and feed value of onions for sheep. Livestock Production Science. 42:45-54.
Anderson D.M., Hulet CV, Shupe, W. Larry, Smith J.N, Murray L.W..  1988.  Response of bonded and nonbonded sheep to the approach of a trained border collie. Applied Animal Behavior Science. 21:251-257.