• Rotation of Deferred Grazing

      Anderson, E. W. (Society for Range Management, 1967-01-01)
      Deferred grazing is good for the range resource. It benefits the livestock, wildlife, and watershed quality and dependability. It makes the countryside look better and enhances recreation. It reduces costs of livestock production. If deferred grazing is good for one pasture, then rotation of deferred grazing is good for a number of pastures over a period of years.