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Strategic Grazing Plans – The Steps to Meet Your Goals

By   /  March 14, 2016  /  1 Comment

You’re a lot more likely to make better and more timely grazing decisions if you have a grazing plan in place for the upcoming season. Here’s how to get started.

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A strategic plan is a high-level plan to achieve one or more goals under conditions of uncertainty,
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About the author

Aljoe serves as a pasture and range consultant in the Agricultural Division's consultation program. He also serves as the consultation program manager, coordinating the efforts of the division's agricultural consultants across the division's 47-county service area, in both Oklahoma and Texas. Before coming to the Noble Foundation in 1995, Aljoe was the ranch manager of Belvedere Land & Cattle Corp. for 10 years. He supervised the growth of the ranch from a small 450-acre, 150-head purebred ranch into an extensive 3,900-acre, 1,500-head purebred and commercial cow-calf operation. Forage resources were predominantly introduced bermudagrass pastures (overseeded to ryegrass) that were operated in modified short-duration grazing systems. Aljoe grew up on a family farm in the rural west Texas community of Roscoe.

1 Comment

  1. todd burger says:

    Good, and simple advice – do you have more information on the spreadsheet and tools you use?

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