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Effect of grazing management on beef production. 3. Effect of stocking rate and grazing method on carcass measurements



Effect of grazing management on beef production. 3. Effect of stocking rate and grazing method on carcass measurements



Irish J. Agric. Res, 3: 165-174



For part 2 see Abst. 4772, Vol. 34. 3. In each of 2 grazing seasons cattle grazed pastures rotationally or continuously each at stocking rates of 1, 1.75 or 2.5 per acre. System had no effect except that in the first year cattle grazing rotationally at the high rate were significantly heavier than those grazing continuously at that rate.

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