Society for Range Management | 2019 Annual Meeting

Grazing Ecology and Management II

Grazing Ecology and Management II

1:00 PM Moderating Stocking Rate Stabilizes Forage Availability More Than Patch-Burning in Low-Stature Grassland Devan McGranahan
1:20 PM Clipping Reduces Geyer Larkspur Aboveground Mass and Toxicity Paul J. Meiman
1:40 PM Development of a Multidimensional Metric to Assess Terrain Use of Rangeland Cattle Tatjana Mercado1
2:00 PM Movement and Cow-Calf Proximity Patterns of Raramuri Criollo Vs. Angus-Crossbred Nursing Cows Grazing Chihuahuan Desert Rangeland in Summer Shelemia Nyamuryekunge2
2:40 PM Does the Signature of Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies Influence Livestock Production in the Western Great Plains? Edward J. Raynor
3:00 PM Potential of Accelerometers to Monitor Cattle Behavior and Welfare Colin T. Tobin2
3:20 PM Continuous Season-Long and Rotational Grazing Systems in Northern Colorado: Economic Returns over Variable Costs Jessica L. Windh1
3:40 PM Continuous Season-Long and Rotational Grazing Systems in Northern Colorado: An Economic Cost Analysis Jessica L. Windh1
4:00 PM Promoting Vegetation Heterogeneity with Alternative Grazing Strategies to Improve Ecosystem Services Luke W. Zilverberg1
4:20 PM A Diminishing Unique Traditional Practices of Rangel and Resources Management in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan Jigme Wangdi
4:40 PM Water Induced Soil Erosion Problems and Management in Jicarilla Apache Range Lands Bir Thapa