Managed Grazing – Part 4 of 5 – Managing Pasture Plants

Iowa State University. Managed grazing involves careful consideration of the growth requirements and characteristics of the pasture plants, the needs of the grazing animals, the economics of the enterprise and the daily decisions necessary to benefit each. This video focuses on the pasture plants: how they grow; their nutritive value; how they respond following grazing; and their role in some of the important grazing management decisions.

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