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D. L. Whittington, Turner, H. A., and Raleigh, R. J., Evaluation of chromic oxide, lignin, crude fiber, nitrogen and indigestible dry matter as indicators to determine fecal production and forage intake, in Am. Soc. Anim. Sci, 1978.
H. A. Turner, Tibbs, T. M., Svejcar, T., Stamm, M. M., Slater, R. C., Sheehy, D. P., Rose, J. A., Paintner, K. J., Mc Innis, M., Horney, M. R., Ganskopp, D. C., Doescher, P. S., Bryant, L. D., Brandyberry, K. H., Blount, D. K., Barton, R. K., and Angell, R. F., EOARC Annual Report, Special Report 923: Weather and Physical Data, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
H. A. Turner, EOARC Annual Report, Special Report 923: Effects of Reducing Dystocia on Heifer Productivity, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
H. A. Turner, Blount, D. K., and Angell, R. F., EOARC Annual Report, Special Report 923: Diet and Performance of Steers Grazing Eastern Oregon Native Flood Meadows, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
H. A. Turner, EOARC, Annual Report: Mineral Status of Steers in Eastern Oregon, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1995.
H. A. Turner, EOARC, Annual Report: Effect of Vitamin E and Selenium Injections on Scours, Plasma Copper Concentration, and Immune Status of Newborn Beef Calves, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1995.
H. A. Turner and Drake, D., EOARC, Annual Report: Effect of Selenium on Feed Efficiency of Steers Wintered on Selenium Deficient Hay, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1995.
H. A. Turner, Raleigh, R. J., and Phillips, R. L., Energy level and N source for fall-calving cows, Proc. West. See. Amer. Soc. Anita. Sci, vol. 21, p. 75, 1970.
H. A. Turner, Phillips, R. L., Vavra, M., and Young, D. C., The Efficacy of an Estradiol-Silicone Rubber Removable Implant in Suckling, Growing and Finishing Steers, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 52, no. 5, pp. 939 - 944, 1981.
T. O. Dill, Turner, H. A., DE Mattson, D. W. Weber, and Baker, R. J., EFFECTS OF ZINC, COPPER AND SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE HUMORAL IMMUNE SYSTEM OF WEANED STEERS., OSU DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCES, p. 9, 1991.
T. O. Dill, Turner, H. A., Weber, D. W., Lusby, K. S., and White, T. W., Effects of Zeranol and Monensin on Reproductive Performance of Replacement Heifers1, The Professional Animal Scientist, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 30 - 35, 1992.
D. K. Blount, Angell, R. F., Turner, H. A., Weber, D. W., Lusby, K. S., and Guthrie, L. D., Effects of Strip Versus Continuous Grazing on Diet Parameters and Performance of Steers Grazing Eastern Oregon Native Flood Meadows1, The Professional Animal Scientist, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 41 - 48, 1991.
H. A. Turner, Effects of Reducing Dystocia on Heifer Productivity. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1993.
C. M. Britton, Daugherty, D. A., and Turner, H. A., Effects of grazing intensity on steer gains. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1979.
D. A. Daugherty, Turner, H. A., and Raleigh, R. J., The effects of cow nutrition, creep feeding and weaning time on weaning performance of fall-born calves., in Proceedings of the Annual Meeting. American Society for Animal Science Western Section, 1980.
H. A. Turner, Young, D. C., Raleigh, R. J., and ZoBell, D., Effect of Various Levels of Monensin on Efficiency and Production of Beef Cows, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 50, no. 3, pp. 385 - 390, 1980.
H. A. Turner and Raleigh, R. J., Effect of ronnel on weight gain of yearling heifers on range, in Proceedings of the annual meeting-American Society of Animal Science. Western Section, 1980.
H. A. Turner, Raleigh, R. J., and Young, D. C., Effect of Monensin on Feed Efficiency for Maintaining Gestating Mature Cows Wintered on Meadow Hay, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 338 - 342, 1977.
T. Delcurto, Slater, R. C., and Turner, H. A., Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center Annual Report 1998: Comparison of Biuret, Cottonseed Meal and Corn Gluten Meal Barley Mixtures as Protein Supplements for Prepartum Beef Cattle Consuming Tall Fescue Straw, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1998.