Grazing

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2014 (Rathfon et al) Prescribed Grazing for Management of Invasive Vegetation in a Hardwood Forest Understory

2015 (KD Ecological Services) Information on Applied Herbivory

2012 (Unknown) Prescribed Grazing Using Goats for Integrated Management of Non-Native Invasive Vegetation

2012 (Luginbuhl and Green) Solving Vegetation Management with Goats – An Eastern Perspective

2007 (Tesauro & Ehrenfeld) The Effects of Grazing on the Bog Turtle

2006 (Wisdom et al) Understanding Ungulate Herbivory–Episodic Disturbance Effects on Vegetation Dynamics Knowledge Gaps and Management Needs

2006 (Jackson & Allen-Diaz) Spring-fed Wetland and Riparian Plant Communities Respond Differently to Altered Grazing Intensity

2006 (Sheley et al.) Potential for Successional Theory to Guide Restoration of Invasive Plant Dominated Rangeland

2006 (Launchbaugh) Targeted Grazing

2000 (Garnett et al.)Effects of burning and grazing on carbon sequestration in a Pennine blanket bog, UK

2000 (Valderrabano & Torrano) The potential for using goats to control Genista scorpius shrubs in European Black Pine Stands

1999 (Luginbuhl et al.) Use of goats as biological agents for the renovation of pastures in the Southern Appalachian Region of the US

1997 (Dabaan et al.) Pasture Development during Brush Clearing with Sheep and Goats

1995 (Magadlela et al) Brush Clearing on Hill Land Pasture with Sheep and Goats2006 (Sheley et al.) Potential for Successional Theory to Guide Restoration of Invasive Plant Dominated Rangeland

1986 (Coppock et al) Livestock Feeding Ecology and Resource Utilization in a Nomadic Pastoral Ecosystem

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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