Evolution Of Dairy Grazing In The 1990'S
A literature review of selected items from 1985 to 2002 shows the evolution of management intensive grazing (MIG) with emphasis primarily on Michigan, and secondarily on the Great Lakes Region. There are sections on 1) Using Pasture, 2) The Technology of MIG, 3) Great Lakes People, 4) Economics of MIG, 5) Private Sector Response, 6) Public Sector Response, 7) Agricultural Experiment Station Response, 8) Conjugated Linoleic Acid, 9) a Disclaimer, and 10) Future Directions for MIG Research. The author also draws on his experience as a farm management extension specialist during those years.
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- Nott, Sherrill B., 2000. "1999 Business Analysis Summary For Dairy Farms," Staff Papers 11491, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.
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