Achieving targeted grazing goals

Targeted grazing involves the use of specific kinds of livestock to reduce populations of certain targeted plant species and enhance the growth of the more desired plants. The knowledge base for targeted grazing has been increasing for decades and supports the use of planned grazing in addressing critical natural resource problems that exist around the globe. Animal production practices and other logistics may place constraints on how targeted grazing can be applied, therefore it is important to understand how the benefits from this practice will change due to the components of the targeted grazing strategy. (Full Article)

By Doug Warnock For the Capital Press

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