ALTERNATIVES TO BRIDGE GRAZING SHORTFALL DURING THE WINTER

Dr Louis du Pisani
 October 05, 2017
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Grazing & Pasture


Radio interview between Dr. Louis du Pisani and Algoa FM (Agri Focus) (April '15) discussing several alternatives for bridging a grazing shortfall during the winter.  When the summer rainfall grassland areas of South Africa experience below average grazing conditions towards the end of March, there is a more than 50:50 possibility that livestock farmers will experience grazing shortages until the onset of the next rainy season. 


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