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Understanding Working Rangelands

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Understanding Working Rangelands

Bay Area Ranching Heritage: A Continuing Legacy
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. Livestock grazing has been practiced in California for more than 200 years, and it continues to benefit local communities today, not least by helping keep open space available for recreation use.

Publication Number:: 8528
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Caring for Cattle to Provide Safe and Wholesome Meat
The care and feeding of livestock has a cyclic rhythm tied to the animals’ reproductive cycle and seasonal health needs. Ranchers must perform numerous tasks to keep their animals healthy and reproducing.

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Cattle, Sheep, Goats, and Horses: What's the Difference for Working Rangelands?
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. Range livestock species differ in size, weight, behavior, and feeding preferences. Learn how these factors can influence their suitability for grazing on a particular area of multi-use rangeland.

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Cows Need Water, Too: Water Sources, Wetlands, and Riparian Areas
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. All creatures need access to water. One good way to water range livestock is to use natural water sources on the grazing site. Learn how to provide animal access and still protect the water resource.

Publication Number:: 8525
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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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Sharing Open Space: What to Expect from Grazing Livestock
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. This is a basic guide on what to do if you encounter grazing livestock while hiking, with tips on cattle's flight zone, high-head body language, and how to keep dogs safe around livestock.

Publication Number:: 8516
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Understanding Working Rangelands: A Year in the Life of a Beef Cow
This publication goes right to the source to give you an idea of cattle’s place and role on California public-access lands with an account of a year’s life, as related by one particularly eloquent beef cow.

Publication Number:: 8526
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