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University of Kentucky: Rotational Grazing

University of Kentucky: Rotational Grazing

University of Kentucky College of Agriculture in Lexington, Kentucky, presents the key principles of rotational grazing, the benefits, layout and design, steps in setting up a program, grazing terminology and more.
This article is authored by Ray Smith, Garry Lacefield, Roy Burris, David Ditsch, Bob Coleman, Jeff Lehmkuhler, and Jimmy Henning.

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