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11/2/2018
Animal and Pasture Responses to Grazing Management of Chemically Suppressed Tall Fescue in Mixed Pastures

Williamson, J.A., G.E. Aiken, E.S Flynn, and M. Barrett. 2016. Animal and Pasture Responses to Grazing Management of Chemically Suppressed Tall Fescue in Mixed Pastures. Crop Sci. 56:2861-2869. doi: 10.2135/cropsci2016.04.0206


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11/2/2018
Is the Grass Always Greener?

Capper, J.L. 2012. Is the Grass Always Greener? Comparing the Environmental Impact of Conventional, Natural and Grass-Fed Beef Production Systems. Animals. 2:127-143. doi:10.3390/ani2020127


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11/2/2018
Grass-fed Beef Production

Faucitano, L., P.Y. Chouinard, J. Fortin, I.B. Mandell, C. Lafrenière, C.L. Girard, and R. Berthiaume. 2008. Comparison of alternative beef production systems based on forage finishing or grain-forage diets with or without growth promotants: 2. Meat quality, fatty acid composition, and overall palatability. J Anim Sci. 86:1678-89. doi: 10.2527/jas.2007-0756.


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11/2/2018
Alternative beef production systems: issues and implications.

Matthews, K.H., and R.J. Johnonson. 2013. Alternative beef production systems: issues and implications. United State Department of Agriculture: Economic Research Service. LDPM-218-01. Available online January 22, 2017.

11/2/2018
Grass fed marketing claim standard

USDA. 2016. Grass fed marketing claim standard. United State Department of Agriculture: Agricultural Marketing Service. Washington, D.C. Available online January 22, 2017.

11/2/2018
Corn-fed versus Grass-fed Beef

NAMI. 2015. Corn-fed versus Grass-fed Beef. North American Meat Institute: Fact Sheet. Washington, D.C. Available online January 22, 2017.

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