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Estimating Grazeable Acreage for Cattle
Research using cattle fitted with GPS collars has shed light on how cattle behave in response to different landscape features such as brush, rock cover, slope, water, forage and grazing land accessibility. This publication ...
Planning a Prescribed Burn
This leaflet explains how to plan for adequate fuel for a prescribed burn, control the fire, notify the proper authority, manage the burn itself, and conduct follow-up management. A ranch checklist for prescribed burning ...
Spanish Goat Management.
(Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 1991)
Integrated Bush Management Systems (IBMS): Strategies and Economics.
(Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 1998)
Prescribed Range Burning in Texas.
(Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 1994)
South Texas Cabrito Recipes.
(Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 1992)
Grazing and Browsing: How Plants are Affected
Grazing and browsing can have a neutral, positive or negative effect on rangeland plants. This publication explains the effects of grazing and browsing on plants, details the indicators of overuse of the range, and lists ...
How Much Forage Do You Have?
Because forage production is not predictable, forage surveys should be conducted to estimate how long the accumulated forage supply will last during expected non-growth periods. This publication details the steps involved ...
Texas Rangeland Monitoring: Level Two
Monitoring is essential for good rangeland management. This leaflet explains how to monitor the condition of your rangeland by using line, belt and step-point transects, as well as grazing exclosures. Used consistently ...
Rangeland Risk Management for Texans: Managing Residual Forage for Rangeland Health
Livestock grazing is a tool for managing economic and climatic risk. Overgrazing increases a producer's risk should drought occur or market prices decline. This publication explains the importance of leaving enough forage ...