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One Grazier’s Experience With Ultra-High Stock Density Grazing

By   /  May 24, 2021  /  From the On Pasture Library  /  1 Comment

Increasing the density of animals on a piece of pasture changes grazing behavior, and is one tool graziers can use to meet certain vegetation goals. From May of 2016, here’s what Steve Freeman learned when he increased stock density, and what it’s good for and when it might not work as well. Until July of […]

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To Mow or Not to Mow. That is the Question.

By   /  May 18, 2020  /  Forage, Pasture Health  /  Comments Off on To Mow or Not to Mow. That is the Question.

A reader sent a comment in asking for some advice on a topic that I’ve heard questions about in the past. I forwarded him to one of our grazing advisors, who shared an answer and then forwarded the question on to another grazing advisor. With thanks to Jason Linden, Troy Bishopp, and Greg Brann, here […]

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This Ranch’s Grazing Management Improves Soil and Vegetation

By   /  January 13, 2020  /  Grazing Management, NRCS  /  1 Comment

The Bench Ranch has been using intensive, rotational grazing for at least 35 years and they have seen a change that includes more grass, healthy soils, and double the stocking rate the ranch used to carry. We add ideas for how you can follow in the ranch’s footsteps.

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