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the act of grazing


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the act of brushing against while passing

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Rotational grazing allows intakes to be matched to an animal's requirements.
Rotational grazing mimics nature's principal of movement to stimulate new growth and prevent the infestation of disease.
Two units were managed under continuous grazing (treatment C) and two were subdivided into eight paddocks each and managed under rotational grazing (treatment R).
Involved in the dairy business for most of his 69 years of life, Art Thicke of La Crescent, Minnesota, has been practicing rotational grazing and no-till forage production for much of that time.
(2007) observed a decrease in percentage of leaf blades from the esophageal extrusa of cattle with a reduction of residual height in Marandu grass pastures under rotational grazing.
Benefits identified were increased resiliency through rotational grazing, improved watering and burning practices.
In this study, it was researched how short duration rotational grazing influenced some soil properties in a pasture where uncontrolled heavy grazing for many years in Duzce.
Since 1995 a twice-over rotational grazing system has been used with regularity (i.e., at least one site grazed each year, more typically 6-8 sites) for management at the TGPP.
Greg Judy will talk about rotational grazing, with the idea that, if you move cows from place to place, it's actually beneficial, not only to the livestock, but also for the land that you're managing.''
There is evidence from the literature that rotational grazing can increase pasture production (Sanjari et al.
So Martin and Bradbury often suggest "rotational grazing," or moving cattle from one pasture to another, giving the grass time to recover.
These co-ops share the costs of range riders, who move herds in a rotational grazing system, and for the provision of water and minerals.
We do rotational grazing, and because they're a smaller breed and don't eat as much, August is usually the only month we can't fully rely on grazing."
He advocates rotational grazing for all systems, with benefits including better utilisation from increased grass growth.
These include rotational grazing for livestock and tea plantations where farmers use intercropping to improve soil quality and boost yields.