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CitationDavis, G. G., Bartel, L. E., & Cook, C. W. (1975). Control of Gambel oak sprouts by goats. Journal of Range Management, 28(3), 216-218.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractA high degree of Gambel oak control can be attained with a combination of mechanical treatment followed by a system of goat grazing. This type of control program can result in significant increases in the amount of forage available for livestock production. Mechanical treatment of the oak is necessary to attain maximum benefit from goats. High stocking rates and the proper time of browsing are important management considerations.