Videos & Presentations

Online Workshops – Grazing with a Goal

Targeted Grazing On-The-Ground- 2015-16

  • Setting realistic objectives for your targeted grazing program. (Presented October 8, 2015)
    • Facilitator Beth Reynolds, California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
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  • Targeted Grazing for Endangered Species   (Presented November 19, 2015)

  • Livestock and wildlife interactions—Using targeted grazing to develop wildlife habitat.   (Presented December 17, 2015)

    • Facilitator Dr. John Hendrickson, ARS Northern Great Plains Research Laborator
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Principles of Targeted Grazing 2015

  • Plant Ecology & Response to Grazing (Presented March 19, 2015)
    Dr. John Hendrickson, ARS Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory 
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  • Diet Selection Basics (Presented April 9, 2015)
    Dr. Karen Launchbaugh, University of Idaho
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  • Choosing and Developing the Animal for the Job  (Presented April 30, 2015)
    Dr. Rachel Frost, Missouri River Conservation Districts Council
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  • Monitoring for Success (Presented May 21, 2015)
    Dr. Marc Horney, California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
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SRM 2013 Oklahoma Symposium

Potential effect of fine fuel management by targeted cattle grazing on wildfire behavior by Leticia Varelas. Departments of Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business & Animal and Range Science. New Mexico State University.

Economics of Targeted Cattle Grazing to Reduce Fire Hazard by L. Allen Torell, Leticia Varelas, and Derek Bailey. New Mexico State University.

Ecological Value of Managing Livestock Grazing Distribution by Ken Tate, Leslie Roche, and Mel George. California Rangeland Watershed Laboratory.

How Effective is Targeted Cattle Grazing? by Retta Bruegger.

Keys to Making Targeted Cattle Grazing More Effective by Mitch Stephenson, Derek Bailey, Larry Howery, and Retta Bruegger. New Mexico State University. The University of Arizona.

Selecting for Cattle Adapted for Sustainable Use of Rugged Rangeland: Part 1 by Derek Bailey and others. New Mexico State University. Colorado State University. University of California. University of Arizona.

Selecting Cattle Adapted for Sustainable Use of Rugged Rangeland: Part 2 by Milt Thomas. Center for Genetic Evaluation of Livestock.

Why use cattle for targeted grazing? by Larry Howery and Derek Bailey. The University of Arizona. New Mexico State University.

Integrating targeted grazing with other vegetation management strategies  by Rachel Frost. Montana State University.

Enhance efficacy of targeted grazing byJohn Walker. Texas A&M University.

Nature vs Nurture: How can we create adapted animals by Karen Launchbaugh and John Walker. University of Idaho. Texas A&M University.

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