Temporary Fencing for Horse Pasture Efficiency and Environmental Protection

Ron Sheffield, Moreira, Vinicius R., LeBlanc, Brian D., Franze, Carol D., Urick, Lacey S  |  8/26/2009 12:12:06 AM

Rotational grazing has long been used by livestock producers as a way to use pastureland more efficiently. By dividing large pastures into smaller paddocks, animals make better use of available forage. Additionally, pastures that are not allowed to be grazed down to such an extent that soil erosion can occur protect the environment by preventing sediment loss into adjacent waterways. (PDF Format Only)
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