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Top Ten Grazing Management Misconceptions

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Sometimes we all suffer from perceptual misconceptions that affect our operations. Resolving them ma
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Goodwin is a pasture and range consultant in the producer relations program. Before coming to the Noble Research Institute in 2016, Goodwin was the state rangeland management specialist for U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Temple, Texas. Prior to that, Goodwin worked as the NRCS state grazing land specialist and provided leadership and coordination to the Texas Grazing Land Coalition. During Goodwin's 14-year career with NRCS, he worked in multiple locations in Texas as a rangeland management specialist helping producers and landowners meet their management objectives. Previously, Goodwin worked as a research associate in the Texas A&M AgriLife Research Service Range Animal Nutrition Program in Vernon, Texas. Goodwin was raised in Northeast Texas but has spent the majority of his life in Central Texas.

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