Targeted grazing is defined as the application of livestock grazing to achieve specific management goals. This differs from traditional grazing management by treating the use of livestock as a tool to manage other vegetative species, rather than just as an operational goal. By utilizing targeted grazing and multi-species grazing, producers are able to mimic historic processes that keep undesirable brush in check and optimize range productivity. (4 pages)
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This manual aids in teaching beginners and experienced individuals how to properly evaluate live birds, ready-to-cook poultry, shell eggs, and processed poultry. It also includes information related to poultry production, management, and science and cooperating with others in solving poultry industry problems.
The Teacher Toolkit for the Poultry Evaluation is a bundle designed to provide a Poultry Evaluation CDE team with the curriculum resources they need to be successful.
This course is designed for youth and collegiate horse judging team members, their coaches, and anyone interested in learning more about horse judging. Learning objectives include understanding the rules for each class, applying the judging guidelines to each class, and learning to articulate placings during oral reasons.
This course aims to help beef cattle producers protect Texas waterways from contamination that is linked with the production of livestock. These contaminations may also pose a health risk to Texas citizens.
Equipping LGDs with GPS technology allows owners to track their dogs over a period of time, providing many benefits to producers and livestock owners.