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Complementary Rotation Grazing System in Western North Dakota

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Title: Complementary Rotation Grazing System in Western North Dakota
Author: Conlon, Thomas J.; Manske, Llewellyn L.
Description: This article a trial study with the purpose of maximizing herbage and livestock production for a cow-calf operation, lengthen the grazing season in the spring and fall, Improve range condition of native range, and reduce total acreage required to carry a cow and calf. The intention is to accomplish these goals with a low number of pastures with few rotation times and develop a system flexible enough to be adapted by a wide range of livestock operations. This type of grazing system should improve operation efficiency, reduce costs and decrease labor per unit of production, and increase saleable production per acre.
Date: 1986
Subject: Rangelands
Grazing
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/5950

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