Targeted Grazing with Goats and Sheep
- Date of Publication
- January 27, 2023
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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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