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Plant growth under rotational grazing

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ALERT: A little more science, but this time we take it to the next step – using science as background for creating a grazing plan that is sustainable for the pasture plants and our livestock.

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Previously in our on-going series on the science of plant growth and grazing we talked about timing
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Ed is the Forage Extension Specialist at West Virginia University. He works with other specialists, county agents, farmers, and NRCS staff in developing and implementing on-farm research and educational programs to support pasture-based livestock production and helps landowners develop economically and environmentally sustainable production systems on their farms. He was technical editor for the four volume NRAES book series on pasture-based livestock production. He previously worked for the USDA-Soil Conservation Service in western New York as a Grassland Specialist serving dairy and livestock producers in the 15 western counties of New York. Ed, his wife Sue, their three border collies, and 30 cows manage a pasture-based farm in Preston County West Virginia

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