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Rotation, Rest-Rotation, and Season-Long Grazing on a Mountain Range in Wyoming (Classic Reprint)

Rotation, Rest-Rotation, and Season-Long Grazing on a Mountain Range in Wyoming (Classic Reprint)

ISBN: 9781334739811
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Publication Date: 2016-12-23
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Excerpt from Rotation, Rest-Rotation, and Season-Long Grazing on a Mountain Range in Wyoming
The bottom areas in the Lodgepole Allot ment were all very heavily grazed, but some of the upland areas were grazed more moder ately. Topography and forage types in the northeast quarter of this allotment were simi lar to the other two allotments, therefore observations were confined to this area.
The object of this study was to evaluate three methods of management in relation to their effect on patterns of utilization on upland and bottom areas, and accompanying changes in the vegetation.
Different methods of management were compared on the three allotments. The North Pasture Allotment was divided into four units about equal in grazing capacity for rest-rota tion management. Three units were grazed each season, while the fourth was left um grazed for that season. The period of use on each unit and the unit not grazed for each of the 4 years of the study were as follows.
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