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Two articles about hardwood silvopasture management in North America

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 10:39am 0 Comments

Hi everyone!

Here are two interesting journal articles about silvopasture in the hardwood regions of the United States-

Hardwood silvopasture in North America by H.E. Garrett, M.S. Kerley, K.P. Ladyman, W.D. Walter, L.D. Godsey, J.W. Van Sambeek and D.K. Brauer

The University of Missouri completed research to try to minimize the gap in silvopasture management of hardwoods in the US. This article discusses the short-term positive effects of grazing trials, and how…

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