Rangeland Health and Planned Grazing

By Kirk Gadzia and Nathan Sayre

A Joint Publication from Earth Works Institute, The Quivira Coalition and the Rio Puerco Management Committee.
Fourth Edition – April 2009. This field guide is an introduction to grazing management designed to help landowners, contractors, and agency personnel make better grassland management decisions. Grazing can have a deleterious effect on water quality, if it is not managed well. Improved management decisions will increase vegetative cover, control erosion, and improve animal production.

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