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Never-Fail Rules for Grazing

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Shortly after I joined the NRCS about twelve years ago, a retired NRCS Grazing Specialist by the nam
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Mark Reynolds is a Grazing Specialist/Soil Conservationist of the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) out of Marietta, Ohio. Prior to that he worked as a Rangeland Management Specialist for the BLM in Nevada and the Colville Confederated Tribes in Washington State. He and his wife, Leann, live in Parkersburg, West Virginia with their three children. He has written over 250 grazing management plans for livestock producers to assist them with pasture management grazing rotations and grazing issues. He is a graduate From Purdue University with a BS in Animal Science and Wildlife Science and holds a MS in Rangeland Resources from Oregon State University.


  1. Curt Gesch says:

    Thank you for the short, clear explanation and for including exceptions to the rules.

  2. Marjorie Dickson says:

    Would like to start doing this. Thanks

    • Mark Reynolds says:

      Marjorie, I’m glad you liked the article and want to start doing this. If you have specifics that you would like to focus on, Let On Pasture know. We’re here to help and work together.

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