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SRM met with Yellowstone National Park Superintendent Cameron (Cam) Sholly this past month to discuss rangelands management within Yellowstone Park. The meeting resulted in … [Read More...]
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Great to see the work of SRM member Sergio Arispe in this article by the Capital Press
From the article: “The hypothesis is that we can promote rangeland health so that the sagebrush steppe ecosystem can be more resistant to invasive annual grasses and resilient to disturbances such as fire,” Arispe said”
From the article: “Breeding smaller cattle could be a long-term strategy that will help ranchers and ease pressure on an increasingly drought-prone range, said Leticia Henderson, a livestock and range Extension agent at Oregon State University.
The research team developed a statistical model that showed smaller cows have distinct advantages over larger ones in pastures where the cows don’t have much to chew on.
The study is published in the journal Rangelands: Drought Mitigation for Grazing Operations: Matching the Animal to the Environment.”
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