Seasonal Suitability, A Grazing System for Ranges of Diverse Vegetation Types and Condition Classes
AuthorValentine, K. A.
Seasonal Use Requirements
Harvest of Forage
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CitationValentine, K. A. (1967). Seasonal suitability, a grazing system for ranges of diverse vegetation types and condition classes. Journal of Range Management, 20(6), 395-397.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractSeasonal suitability grazing, a grazing system long in use on southwestern ranges, consists of grazing diverse vegetation types in accord with seasonal use requirements of and benefits to vegetation and livestock. On ranges of diverse vegetation types, it is a superior system with respect to maintenance and improvement of the range, harvest of forage and livestock production.