Effects of Spring and Fall Grazing by Sheep on Vegetation of the Upper Snake River Plains

@inproceedings{MUEGGLER1998EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of Spring and Fall Grazing by Sheep on Vegetation of the Upper Snake River Plains},
  author={WALTER F. MUEGGLER},
  year={1998}
}
  • WALTER F. MUEGGLER
  • Published 1998
S AGEBRUSH-GRASS range plays an important part in the western sheep industry. Because of its topographical location between low wintering areas and high summer ranges it receives use during two separate periods of the year. This use occurs in the spring prior to readiness of the summer range, at which time ewes with young lambs require abundant succulent feed, and again in the fall when ewes need conditioning for breeding. This study of the effects of spring and fall grazing on sagebrush-grass… CONTINUE READING

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