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Effect of grazing management on beef production. 2. Comparison of three stocking rates under two systems of grazing



Effect of grazing management on beef production. 2. Comparison of three stocking rates under two systems of grazing



Irish J. Agric. Res, 2: 243-258



For part 1 see Abst. 1311, Vol. 34. 2. For 3 years improved pasture was grazed by 1, 1.75 or 2.5 bullocks per acre, either continuously or rotationally. For rotational grazing the animals were moved when herbage was 2 in. high. The bullocks were yearlings in the first year, and 2 years old there-after, In the last 10 weeks there was an increase of 33, 92 and 21% in gain for the respective years on rotational compared with continuous grazing at the high rate of stocking.

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