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ranch

extensive grazing or pastoral farm or holding. See also range (2). Called also station, run, selection.

ranch cattle
brood cows, commercial cattle used for producing young cattle for fattening.
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During the 2012/2013 agricultural year, the effect of grazing management strategies and nitrogen fertilization of pasture in the FEH and SD of corn plants was not verified.
Grazing management on California's Mediterranean grasslands.
It is expected that grazing management will affect nutrient cycling in soils.
Wild Horse Coordinated Resource Management Area Grazing Management Plan
In addition to this plan, grazing management and its future administrative decisions should include economic, management, and biological considerations together with their interactions (Vallentine, 1989).
That is, most of the conservation of the areas still maintaining natural ecosystem characteristics and the high biodiversity of the grasslands is in the hands of private farmers that use traditional grazing management (Cordeiro and Hasenack, 2009).
All of the crop residues that you cannot consume will help feed the cow, pigs or poultry, and I would be surprised if, after following this crop rotation and grazing management plan for a few years, you didn't find that your acre of land had increased enormously in soil fertility, and that it was producing more food for humans than many a 10-acre farm run on ordinary commercial lines.
fertility management, application of manure, improved pasture species, and grazing management.
This book offers a wealth of detailed information on soil and grazing management, whole-farm planning and economic analysis in sustainable agriculture.
Clearly, grazing management and placement of stream bank fencing is important to minimizing watershed export of P.
Poor grazing management in the past affected the riparian vegetation as well as the width, depth and condition of the streams.