Targeted grazing is the controlled implementation of the timing, frequency and intensity of grazing to achieve specific goals. Targeted grazing applies these principles to specific vegetation or landscape goals (like control of invasive weeds, fuel load reduction, or ecological restoration).
Grazing managers can prescribe the type and number of livestock, the duration and timing of the grazing period, the frequency of grazing, and the spatial distribution of the livestock.
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