drought management, rangeland, pastures, livestock production
Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Drought provides dramatic evidence of the role of short- and long-term management of native rangeland and tame pastures. Proper management of range and pasture resources during drought is critical for sustainable livestock production and centers on one key strategy: reducing stocking rate.
Dunn, Barry H. and Johnson, Patricia S., "Managing Pastures During and After Drought" (2002). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 58.