[PDF] ↠ Grass Productivity (Conservation Classics) Author Andre Voisin – Horsebackridingwisconsin.us

[PDF] ↠ Grass Productivity (Conservation Classics) Author Andre Voisin – Horsebackridingwisconsin.us
  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Grass Productivity (Conservation Classics)
  • Andre Voisin
  • English
  • 09 November 2018
  • 9780933280649

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10 thoughts on “Grass Productivity (Conservation Classics)

  1. says:

    A fascinating read and a classic The appeal of this book is largely the historical aspect but also because Voisin s principles retain contemporary applicability Plus, I just really like his old style matter of fact way about presenting his arguments For example, note his laws for grazing Before a sward, sheared with the animal s teeth, can achieve its maximum productivity, sufficient interval must have elapsed between two successive shearings to allow the grass a to accumulate in its roots the reserves necessary for a vigorous spurt of re growth b to produce its blaze of growth or high daily yield per acre And, the important corollary to the First Law The rest period between two successive shearings varies with the season, climatic conditions and other environmental factors He goes on with other important laws , but the above pretty much sums up pasture management in a nutshell.Voisin s criticism of the use of crude protein as a measure of forage quality is very interesting to me as this is still used regularly by extension staff and ranchers In fact, I am very intrigued as to what the answer is to many of the questions he raised 50 or so years ago Is our understanding of grazing systems any better What other peasant knowledge has continued to be ignored over the decades I m really curious as t...

  2. says:

    This is the best book I ve read on Rotational Grazing for cattle It is filled with research, and unsurprisingly, we have forgot so many things that we learned over a 100 years ago For example, research showed cattle feed for 8 hours max, and then rest and chew cud Also, studies showed that treating a sub par parcel of land with nitrogen prior to cattle grazing it led to animals feeding aggressively on this parcel the...

  3. says:

    Incredible wisdomUnderstanding this book would confer the knowledge of a college education in agriculture I wish I read this book 40 years ago.Why was it not part of the agriculture curriculum

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