Pasture Biodiversity for Animal Health
The health of livestock, humans, and the environment is closely tied to plant diversity. Sustainable farming practices, which use grazing animals, are seen as a potential solution to continued biodiversity loss resulting from over-or-under grazing.
There is evidence that healthy ecosystems with minimally disturbed soils, adequate access to diverse, high quality forages, and clean water have a robust correlation with livestock’s well-being. In this webinar, Kara Kroeger, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist, discuses how you can manage your pastures with regenerative methods to beneficially influence the health of your livestock and the ecosystem by fostering biodiversity both above and below ground.
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