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How Livestock Eat: Understanding Grazing Animal Behavior for Improved Livestock and Resource Management

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Understanding grazing behavior is an important part of grazing management. Knowing how grazing animals eat, how they learn to eat, and when they eat provides a basis for using grazing behavior to interpret how much forage is available for grazing. When and how often supplemental feeds are offered can affect time spent grazing as well as herd interactions. An understanding of grazing behavior relative to grazing distribution is critical for understanding the relationship between grazeable acres and carrying capacity.

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Archived - Watch the Recording

Date and Time

November 6, 2014
12:00 am - 1:00 pm CST

Presenter

Dr. Bob Lyons
Extension Range Specialist & Associate Department Head
Texas AgriLife Extension Service

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