Grazing management - It's a balancing act

By Bob Freebairn
June 15 2020 - 5:00am
George Avendano, Towri, Boggabri, checks winter legumes, mainly biserrula, coming through a tropical grass pasture. It has been important to graze tropical grass to below 4.0 t/ha dry matter to allow annuals to germinate.
George Avendano, Towri, Boggabri, checks winter legumes, mainly biserrula, coming through a tropical grass pasture. It has been important to graze tropical grass to below 4.0 t/ha dry matter to allow annuals to germinate.

PASTURE and crop grazing management is a balancing act endeavouring to meet requirements of livestock, pasture and crops, and the need to look after the farm resource, especially soil.

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