Jornada Bibliography

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Nelson E.W.  1922.  Calf crop increases on the Jornada. Organized Farming. 3:1-2.
R. Corona S, Fredrickson E.L., Ceballos G.G., Gonzalez A.L., Laliberte, Andrea S., Davidson A.D., Sanchez R.L., Bezanilla G., Gevara E.P..  2007.  Can prairie dog-cattle interactions be used to remediate desertified Chihuahuan Desert grasslands? Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :PS39-205.
Anderson D.M., Smith J.N., Hulet, Clarence V..  1986.  Cattle and sheep activities under simultaneous stocking of arid rangeland. 39th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :141.
Sanderson JS, Beutler C, Brown JR, Burke I, Chapman T, Conant RT, Derner JD, Easter M, Fuhlendorf SD, Grissom G et al..  2019.  Cattle, conservation, and carbon in the western Great Plains. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 75(1)
Estell R.E., Havstad K, Cibils AF, Anderson D.M., Schrader T. S.  2014.  The changing role of shrubs in rangeland-based livestock production systems: Can shrubs increase our forage supply? Rangelands. 36(2):25-31.
Anderson D.M., Murray LM, Sun P., Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Nakamatsu V.B..  2010.  Characterizing foraging patterns among cattle and bonded and non- bonded small ruminants using spatial point process techniques. 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings on Applied Statistics in Agriculture. :12-35.
Nelson A.B., Herbel C.H., Jackson H.M..  1969.  Chemical composition of the diet of cows grazing on arid range. Proceedings of the Western Section, American Society of Animal Science. 20:355-360.
Forsling C.L..  1919.  Chopped soapweed as emergency feed for cattle on Southwestern ranges. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bulletin 745. :20.
Schoeller J.D..  1927.  The cost of a range calf. American Cattle Producer. 9:3-6.
Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E..  2005.  Criollo Cattle: An Examination of the Past with an Eye to the Future. American Society of Animal Science, New Mexico Branch American Association of Laboratory Animal Scientists.