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Manage Grass For Optimal Outcomes

  Managing grasses using different methods can help get the most out of each paddock, pasture or field. 

Two popular methods of grassland management are management intensive grazing (MIG) and mob or ultra-high-stock-density grazing; however, there are other scenarios of grass management to obtain desired results such as selective and non-selective grazing, as well as stockpiled forage.

Different grass management methods create varied outcomes. Ranchers can manage grass with different stock densities and matching techniques to fit the needs of your forage and livestock.

To read Elizondo’s grazing management tips, click here.

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