Interpreting Grazing Behavior
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Livestock producers can use their observations of grazing behavior to gauge the amount and quality of forage being consumed. This publication explains how grazing animals eat, when and where they graze, and how forage availability, patch grazing, supplemental feeding and weather affect grazing behavior.
Description6 pp., 9 photos, 5 figures
Lyons, Robert K.; Machen, Richard V. (2000). Interpreting Grazing Behavior. Available electronically from