Multi-paddock grazing has been shown to be an effective conservation practice on grazing lands for enhancing water conservation and protecting water quality. Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Kay Ledbetter
Multi-paddock grazing has been shown to be an effective conservation practice on grazing lands for enhancing water conservation and protecting water quality.

N&H TOPLINE: Water retention increased by multi-paddock grazing

Multi-paddock grazing an effective practice on grazing lands to enhance water conservation and protect water quality. ALSO: Novel vaccine protects cattle from respiratory syncytial virus and provides model for developing human RSV vaccine.

Adaptive multi-paddock grazing has been found to be an effective conservation practice on grazing lands for enhancing water conservation and protecting water quality, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research study at Vernon, Texas.

The research results were summarized in the article “Evaluating the Ranch & Watershed Scale Impacts of Using Traditional & Adaptive Multi-Paddock Grazing on Runoff, Sediment & Nutrient Losses in North Texas, USA,” published rec

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