1. Abstract, PhD Thesis, 2018 Ruminants, such as cattle, sheep, and goats, can digest cellulosic substances and can convert plants to products such as milk, meat, wool, and mohair. Pastureland, therefore, is critical to the production of these ruminants and the products they provide. In order to...
  2. Abstract, Sustainability, 2018 Grazing land ecosystem services including food provision and climate regulation are greatly influenced by soil health. This paper provides a condensed review of studies on the response of three important soil properties related to soil health to grazing land...
  3. Abstract, African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 2015 Demand for animal products is growing faster than for any other agricultural product. As a result, pressure for greater output from cultivated pastures is expected to increase. Assuming cultivated pasture area will decrease with land...
  4. Abstract, Tropical Conservation Science, 2011 Deforestation and conversion of native habitats to exotic pasture and crops, plus inefficient agricultural and cattle management practices, are placing great pressures on natural resources in the Pantanal and Cerrado. To prevent further deforestation...
  5. 2016-06-07 New techniques for managing grazing animals are producing dramatic results that empower the farmers to create grazing systems that are truly effective at meeting their farm and quality-of-life goals. In this comprehensive, nationally known grazing consultant Sarah Flack builds on a solid grazing...
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