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A mathematically and conceptually unified approach to grazing-management terminology



A mathematically and conceptually unified approach to grazing-management terminology



Proceedings of the XIV International Grassland Congress, held at Lexington, Kentucky, USA, June 15-24, 1981 [Smith, JA; Hays, VWEditors]: 522-525



Expressions such as 'stocking density,' 'stocking rate,' 'grazing pressure,' 'herbage allowance,' 'grazing intensity,' 'stocking intensity,' and 'stocking pressure' have long been used to describe animal-pasture systems. In general, these expressions describe relationships among the basic variables of animal demand, forage quantity, pasture area and grazing duration.

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