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Rangeland Management Series

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Rangeland Management Series
Ranching Infrastructure: Tools for Healthy Grasslands, Livestock, and Ranchers
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. Ranch roads, fencing, gates, water systems, corrals, and working scales play a key role in proper management of livestock and effective management of rangelands.

Publication Number:: 8561
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Rangeland Management Series: Annual Range Forage Production
Livestock on California's foothill rangelands get much of their nutrition from rangeland forage plants. An understanding of how climatic factors influence forage productivity can help growers predict the need to provide supplemental feed.

Publication Number:: 8018
Rangeland Management Series: Annual Rangeland Forage Quality
Livestock on California's foothill rangelands get much of their nutrition from rangeland forage plants. Year-to-year variations in environmental conditions determine the nutrient content of this forage.

Publication Number:: 8022
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Rangeland Management Series: Balancing Beef Cow Nutrient Requirements and Season
Livestock on California's foothill rangelands get much of their nutrition from rangeland forage plants. The publication helps you strike the best balance of range forage to purchased feed in any given year.

Publication Number:: 8021
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Rangeland Management Series: Factors and Practices that Influence Livestock. . .
Fine-tuning traditional livestock distribution techniques can improve effectiveness. Learn how to use management practices to alter distribution and to attract livestock into targeted grazing areas or away from environmentally critical areas.

Publication Number:: 8217
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Rangeland Management Series: Guidelines for Monitoring Riparian Grazing Systems
It takes skill and careful study for a rangeland owner to determine the success of a newly established riparing grazing area. Here you’ll find a systematic approach to monitoring and analysis, and includes a set of useful sample record forms.

Publication Number:: 8094
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Rangeland Management Series: Livestock Management During Drought
When drought conditions reduce the supply of forage feed, ranchers have to allocate the available feed where it will do the herd the most good. This publication gives you a scientific basis for making that decision.

Publication Number:: 8034
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Rangeland Management Series: Using Stage of Maturity to Predict the Quality . .
Livestock on California's foothill rangelands get much of their nutrition from rangeland forage. By observing the maturation rate of forage plants, you can predict their nutritional content at maturity and anticipate the need to provide supplemental feed

Publication Number:: 8019
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