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Does Grazing Sequester Carbon? Part 2 – Some Background

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4 Comments

  1. Gene Schriefer says:

    Wisconsin has a 28 year running cropping system trial, one of the treatments is managed grazing with dairy heifers. Compared with every other system it the most favorable for building soil organic matter.

    https://wicst.wisc.edu/

    • Kathy Voth says:

      Of course. When comparing pasture to cropping systems, as these folks are doing, it is normal for the pasture treatment soils to be better than cropped soils.

  2. DWK says:

    I liked the time lapsed video. However, it didn’t look like there was much of an impact from global warming. Did I miss something?

    • Rachel Gilker says:

      Nope. You didn’t miss a thing. We’re not covering climate change here. We’re just talking about carbon.

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