Managing Kansas Grazinglands for Multiple Benefits
Author
Boyer, Will
Huber, Larry
May, Gary
Jones, Rodney
Fick, Walter
Ohlenbusch, Paul
Publisher
Kansas State University, Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
Publication Year
2004
Body

Livestock grazing, like all enterprises, has the potential to produce waste materials that can pollute water. This can be controlled by proper management. The exact effect grazinglands have on water quality is not well documented. The general goal is to reducethe potential for movement of sediment, plant nutrients, pesticides,
and animal wastes into Kansas streams, rivers, lakes, and ponds.

Language
English
Resource Type
Text
Document Type
Website
Collection
  • Articles, citations, reports, websites, and multimedia resources focused on rangeland ecology, management, restoration, and other issues on American rangelands.