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BOOKS

Title: Fertility pastures and cover crops : based on nature's own balanced organic pasture feeds
Author: Newman Turner
Published: Pauma Valley, CA : Rateavers , 1974 2nd ed.

Summary: The author regards the ley or temporary pasture, properly constituted and intelligently farmed, as the main source of food for both winter and summer for all types of cattle; and as the best means of building fertility to supply all the requirements of any cash crops which may follow in rotation.

ISBN: 0960069860
Call Number: 63.5 TUR
Subjects: Cover crops and green manure crops , Forage crops , Grazing , Pasture management

Title: Intensive grazing management-- forage, animals, men, profits
Contributors: Burt Smith, Ping Sun Leung, George Love
Published: Kamuela, HI : Graziers Hui , c1986

Summary: Chapters include an introduction to intensive grazing, getting started, financial analysis, basics for soil, plants and animals, animal health, ecology, electric fencing and design, grazing unit design, basic grazing, forage conservation, uses of "hi-tech" equipment and intensive grazing management.

Call Number: 70.51 INT
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Animal health , Cattle , Fences , Forage crops , Grazing , Intensive grazing , Pasture management , Soils

Title: Linking people, purpose, and place : an ecological approach to agriculture
Contributors: Heidi Carter, Richard Olson, and Charles A. Francis, editors
Published: Lincoln, NE : Center for Sustainable Agricultural Systems, University of Nebraska-Lincoln , 1998
Series: Extension and education materials for sustainable agriculture Volume 7

Summary: Agriculture is meant to feed and cloth people while protecting the environment and is pursued in a particular place. This handbook contains examples of management practices that can be used to incorporate beneficial ecological functions into farming systems. It conveys an approach of looking at natural systems for guidance on how to farm more efficiently and profitably. Sections include an introduction linking ecology to agriculture, whole farm planning, soil quality, agroforestry, grazing systems, weed and insect management, farmer groups, and farmland conversion to development. Based on materials used for workshops of the same title held in 1997.

Call Number: 50.9 LIN
Subjects: Activism , Agricultural ecology , Farmers , Grazing , Land development , Pest control , Soil management , Weed management

Title: Pasture management guide for livestock producers
Contributors: Prepared by Steve Barnhart ... [et. al.]
Published: Ames , IA : Iowa State University Extension

Summary: This guide provides pasture and livestock management information applicable to whatever grazing management system is currently being used. It includes an introduction to rotational grazing, and intensive grazing and suggestions for those making grazing management changes or who have just begun an intensive grazing management program. Chapters cover managing pasture plants, managing livestock, planning for improvements in grazing systems, monitoring and evaluating the grazing system and managing risk.

Call Number: 70.51 PAS
Subjects: Grazing , Intensive grazing , Livestock , Pasture management

Title: Salad bar beef
Author: Joel Salatin
Published: Swoope, VA : Polyface Inc. , c1995

Summary: This book describes a small-scale beef operation in which the cattle move from paddock to paddock grazing on a variety of grasses and forage greens in well managed pastures. They are not fattened on grains. Ideally the beef should be processed and marketed locally. The author believes this model will provide an alternative to large, captial intensive and environmentally unsound feedlot operations and enable small-scale beef producers to make a reasonable living.

ISBN: 096381091X
Call Number: 71.3 SAL
Subjects: Beef , Cattle, beef , Forage crops , Grazing , Hay , Meat products, marketing , Pasture management

Title: the Second conference on agroforestry in North Amreica
Contributors: edited by H.E. 'Gene' Garrett
Published: Columbia, MO : University of Missouri , 1991

Summary: The proceedings of the second conference on Agroforestry in North America, Springfield, Mo , August 18-21, 1991.

Call Number: 67.5 SEC
Subjects: Grazing , Sheep , Silvopasture , Sustainable agriculture , Tree farming , Walnut trees , Water quality

BOOKLETS

Title: Pasture management guide for northern Missouri
Published: Columbia, MO : Natural Resources Conservation Service , Spring, 1998

Summary: This guide includes information on several forages common to northern Missouri(north of U.S. Highway 50) along with guidelines on how to establish and manage themfor the most successful and productive stands. Sections include forage resource establishment, nutrient management and management after establishment followed by information on the different species.

Call Number: 70.51 PAS
Subjects: Forage crops , Grazing , Pasture management

Title: Video resource & viewing guide
Contributors: Produced by Rooy Media
Published: Emmaus , PA : Rodale Institute
Series: Farmer-to farmer : strategies for sustainable agriculture

Summary: This booklet is intended for individual or group use (and follow-up discussion) with any of the six videos of the Farmer-to-farmer series, titled Field crops, Rotational grazing, Vegetables, IPM for vegetables and small fruits, IPM for apples, and High-value marketing. The booklet contains sets of questions related to each video topic and resources that can help find answers to any additional questions of viewers or group participants.

Call Number: 50.9 VID
Subjects: Alternative field crops , Apples , Fruits , Fruits, small , Grazing , Integrated pest management , Marketing , Pasture management , Sustainable agriculture , Vegetables

VIDEOS

Title: Animal management
Published: Ames, IA : Iowa State University Extension , 1994
Series: Managed grazing Program no. 3

Call Number: 70.51 ANI
Subjects: Fences , Forage crops , Grazing , Livestock, feeding and nutrition , Pasture management

Title: Fencing and watering
Published: Ames, IA : Iowa State University, University Extension , 1994
Series: Managed grazing Program no. 4

Call Number: 70.51 FEN
Subjects: Fences , Forage crops , Grazing , Livestock, feeding and nutrition , Pasture management

Title: Introduction to managed grazing
Published: Ames , IA : Iowa State University, University Extension , 1994
Series: Managed grazing Program no. 1

Call Number: 70.51 INT
Subjects: Forage crops , Grazing , Livestock, feeding and nutrition , Pasture management

Title: Managing pasture plants
Published: Ames, IA : Iowa State University, University Extension , 1995
Series: Managed grazing Program no. 2

Call Number: 70.51 MAN
Subjects: Forage crops , Grazing , Livestock, feeding and nutrition , Pasture management

Title: Year around resource management
Published: Ames, IA : Iowa State University, University Extension , 1995
Series: Managed grazing Program no. 5

Call Number: 70.51 YEA
Subjects: Forage crops , Grazing , Livestock, feeding and nutrition , Pasture management

WEB PAGES

Winter Wheat Grazing (Kansas State University)
Targeted Grazing: A Natural Approach to Vegetation Management and Landscape Enhancement (University of Idaho)
Stocker Enterprise Budgets for Grass-Based Systems (University of Wisconsin)
The Social Implications of Management Intensive Rotational Grazing: An Annotated Bibliography (University of Wisconsin)
Sheep Grazing Management (Virginia Cooperative Extension)
Rotational Grazing (University of Kentucky)
Pasture-Based Finishing of Cattle and Eating Quality of Beef (University of Missouri)
Multi-species Grazing in Oklahoma (KERR Center)
Multi-Species Grazing Field Day 2010 (KERR Center)
Multi-Species Grazing (ATTRA)
Managed Grazing in Riparian Areas (ATTRA)
Introduction to Paddock Design and Fencing for Controlled Grazing (ATTRA)
Guidelines for Describing Grazing Management and Utilization when Conducting Botanical Surveys (University of California-Davis)
Grazing Systems Planning Guide (University of Minnesota)
Grazing Networks for Livestock Producers (ATTRA)
Grazing Management Concepts and Practices (University of Flordia)
Dung Beetle Benefits in the Pasture Ecosystem (ATTRA)
The ABCs of Pasture Grazing (Michigan State University)


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