The Social Implications of Management Intensive Rotational Grazing: An Annotated Bibliography
Posted February 2005
Management Intensive Rotational Grazing represents an increasingly attractive option for dairy farmers looking to cut costs and boost profits. The number of Wisconsin dairy farms practicing grazing has tripled in less than a decade. Academic literature on grazing has flourished along with the practice, but there is little available that summarizes grazing studies. There is also a shortage of studies addressing the social impacts of rotational grazing. This bibliography attempts to address these two major gaps in the grazing literature.
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