By Kathy Voth and Rachel Gilker / October 9, 2017 / 4 Comments
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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.
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.
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?
Nope. You didn’t miss a thing. We’re not covering climate change here. We’re just talking about carbon.
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