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Tag Archives: Grazing
If you find Livestock are selective and will graze what they want and leave what they don’t want OR Weeds build up in pastures Then, A Short hard graze with High stock density allows a paddock to be grazed flat … Continue reading
If you find Your soil has relatively low biological activity OR Your soil is hard OR Your soil has poor water infiltration OR Your soil has low biological fertility Then, Grazing shock is the effect on a plant of being … Continue reading
If you find There are crop problems such as soil-borne diseases and deficiencies from a short rotation OR Stock leave weeds and overgraze the “good bits” Then, Allowing a longer gap may allow recovery. A shorter “on” time may allow … Continue reading
If you find Animals that stay in the one spot: breed parasites cause a buildup of weed seeds cause a buildup of nutrients in stock camps and generally sour the ground cause over-grazing. Then, By preventing animals from staying in … Continue reading
If you find Grazing animals have different objectives to managers of animals OR Animals will roam all over the place picking at the smorgasbord of delicacies and leaving the bits they don’t want, thus allowing those plants to develop into … Continue reading
If you find Your farm has a recurring demand for fresh green feed OR Your market has a recurring demand for fresh greens such as mixed salad greens Then, Consider using a Rolling harvest of a crop that can be … Continue reading