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Grazing management practices are used to regulate the amount of grazing time and consumption levels in a pasture in order to prevent overgrazing and soil degradation. They address the soil threats of erosion, compaction and poor soil structure.

SQAPP includes 25 examples of the world-wide use of the following soil managment practices.

┬╗Grazing management

  • Controlled and rotational grazing
  • Area closure
  • Pasture monitoring

┬╗Trampling

  • Avoidance of pugging in paddocks

 

 

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