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Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L., Anderson D.M., Havstad K, Remmenga M.D..  2005.  Effect of previous exposure of sheep to monoterpene odors on intake of alfalfa pellets treated with camphor or alpha-pinene. Small Ruminant Research. 58:33-38.
Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L., Anderson D.M., Havstad K, Remmenga M.D..  2004.  Effects of ã-terpinene, terpinolene, á-copaene, and á-terpinene on consumption of alfalfa pellets by sheep. 2004 Joint Annual Meeting, American Dairy Science Association/American Society of Animal Science/Poultry Science Association. Vol. 82 (Suppl. 1):34.
Ansotegui R.P., Havstad K, Wallace J.D., Hallford D.M..  1991.  Effects of milk intake on forage intake and performance of suckling range calves. Journal of Animal Science. 69:899-904.
King D., Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L., Havstad K, Wallace J.D., Murray L.W..  1995.  Effects of tarbush ingestion on intake, digesta kinetics, in situ digestion, ruminal fermentation, and nitrogen balance of sheep consuming low quality tobosa grass diets. Journal of Animal Science. 74 (Suppl. 1):Abstract205.
Estell R.E., 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.
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Estell R.E., Tellez M.R., Fredrickson E.L., Anderson D.M., Havstad K, Remmenga M.D..  2000.  Fluorensia cernua extracts decrease intake of alfalfa pellets by sheep. 2000 Joint Meeting, American Society of Animal Science/American Dairy Science Association. 78:113.