Cattle grazing reduces nutrients for mule deer

  PULLMAN, Wash. — Moderate spring cattle grazing has been found to reduce both the amount and nutritional properties of forages available to mule deer in spring and fall, according to recently released results from the Pilot Grazing Project, conducted in 2009 in southeast Washington.   The project is being conducted by Lisa Shipley and Linda […]

Right time, place grazing key to sustainability

Cattle grazing. Photo by istockphoto.com     PULLMAN – Having the right number of cattle on the right piece of land for the right amount of time for the right reasons might be a powerful farming tool for ensuring the long-term sustainability – both economic and environmental – of their operations, according to Donald D. Nelson, […]