Crop yields and soil organic matter responses to sheep grazing in US northern Great Plains

@inproceedings{Barsotti2017CropYA,
  title={Crop yields and soil organic matter responses to sheep grazing in US northern Great Plains},
  author={Joy L. Barsotti and Upendra M. Sainju and Andrew W. Lenssen and Cliff Montagne and Patrick G. Hatfield},
  year={2017}
}
Sheep (Ovis aries L.) grazing, a cost-effective method of controlling weeds compared to herbicide application and tillage, may influence soil C and N levels by consuming plant residue and returning feces and urine to the soil, but little is known about the practice on soil C and N storage under dryland cropping systems in the northern Great Plains, USA… CONTINUE READING