• Effects of Stocking Rate, Botanical Composition, and Stream Bank Erosion on the Physical Characteristics of the Streamside Zones of Pastures (Three-year Progress Report)

    McNay Memorial Research and Demonstration Farm

    Effects of Stocking Rate, Botanical Composition, and Stream Bank Erosion on the Physical Characteristics of the Streamside Zones of Pastures (Three-year Progress Report)

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Abstract

Grazing management practices that allow cattle to congregate near pasture streams may result in the loss of vegetative cover and promote accumulation of manure near the streams, increasing the risk of nonpoint source pollution of the stream

Keywords: Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Animal Science, RFR A9081

How to Cite:

Bear D. A. & Russell J. R. & Morrical D. G. & Tufekcioglu M. & Isenhart T. M. & Kovar J. L., (2010) “Effects of Stocking Rate, Botanical Composition, and Stream Bank Erosion on the Physical Characteristics of the Streamside Zones of Pastures (Three-year Progress Report)”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2009(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2010
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