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I biodiversity is key in livestock farming. Silvopastures makes perfect sense. I love setting up rotational grazing in an open pasture, however, when the climate changes to either too hot or too cold, windy, no shade things get complicated. It seems with silvopastures there is an untapped potential on so many layers.
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