How and Why Holistic Planned Grazing Can Restore Habitat and Ranch Income
This paper, authored by Texas A&M range scientist Richard Teague and colleague Matt Barnes, discusses what has worked best for planned graziers across the world, and why conventional range studies have been unable to analyze their results. The paper was published in the African Journal of Range & Forage Science. Texas A&M and Dixon Water Foundation funded the project.
Richard Teague & Matt Barnes (2017) Grazing management that regenerates ecosystem function and grazingland livelihoods, African Journal of Range & Forage Science, 34:2, 77-86, DOI: 10.2989/10220119.2017.1334706