Multi-paddock grazing on rangelands: why the perceptual dichotomy between research results and rancher experience?

@article{Teague2013MultipaddockGO,
  title={Multi-paddock grazing on rangelands: why the perceptual dichotomy between research results and rancher experience?},
  author={Richard E Teague and Fred Provenza and Urs P. Kreuter and Tim Steffens and Matt Barnes},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2013},
  volume={128},
  pages={
          699-717
        }
}
Maintaining or enhancing the productive capacity and resilience of rangeland ecosystems is critical for the continued support of people who depend on them for their livelihoods, especially in the face of climatic change. This is also necessary for the continued delivery of ecosystem services derived from rangelands for the broader benefit of societies around the world. Multi-paddock grazing management has been recommended since the mid-20th century as an important tool to adaptively manage… CONTINUE READING

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