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Home  >  Livestock and Pasture  >   Grazing Plan Worksheet: Forage Production and Grazing Demand (Summary)

Grazing Plan Worksheet: Forage Production and Grazing Demand



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By Dave Scott and Lee Rinehart

Published: August 2017

Updated: n/a

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Download Excel Spreadsheet

Please note: This ATTRA publication has been archived or discontinued.
Therefore, the information contained in it may not be up to date.


Introduction

Use Worksheet #1 to determine projected forage inventory and grazing unit intake demand.

Use Worksheet #2 to determine the projected stocking rate for each grazing period. Note that the calculator will calculate the pounds of paddock residual. This is as important as the livestock you are feeding. Residual that is cycled through the rhizophere provides carbon and other nutrients for the soil microbes and ends up as plant available nutrients. These livestock are essential to maintaining soil health, a functioning soil, and less inputs such as fertiizer and pesticides.

Table of Contents

Supply and Demand (Worksheet #1)
Reconciliation (Worksheet #2)

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

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