Source: Barb Glen, Producer.com, July 4, 2019
Alberta rancher and grazing expert says producers must know their pastures’ limits and reduce the herd if necessary
CLARESHOLM, Alta. — Rainfall in recent weeks has brought a temporary reprieve to parched pastures in some parts of the Prairies, but the spectre of drought still looms.
Good grazing management won’t cure the issue of dry pastures, but it is essential if grass is expected to recover and thrive when rain does come. The other part of managing grazing during drought involves recognition of limitations.
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