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Frolik, A. L. & Frolik, E. F. (1941). Nebraska pastures -- seeding and management (University of Nebraska Experiment Station Circular No. 67)
Pastures are an important source of feed in the livestock industry. Approximately 70 per cent of the income from Nebraska farms is from the sale of livestock and livestock products, and for this reason consideration should be given to the maintenance of good pastures. Poor pastures, like other poor crops, are expensive. Good grass cover is also an effective means of conserving the soil resources.