REDUCING greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the southern Great Plains could require a change of grazing management by traditional cow/calf producers, according to a study by Texas A&M AgriLife Research.
Adaptive multi-paddock grazing is an advanced, more efficient form of rotational grazing and is a potential option to reduce net GHG emissions on cow/calf operations. This is because, compared to continuous grazing, adaptive multi-paddock grazing
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