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Category Archives: Livestock behavoir

Using livestock behavior to your advantage

Save money, time, and benefit the land using livestock behavior principles The BEHAVE research and outreach program synthesizing years of research into livestock behavior principles. By understanding and manipulating why livestock behave as they do, managers can use livestock’s natural inclinations to accomplish land management goals, like, managing for weeds, enhancing biodiversity, minimizing the use of riparian […]

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Cattle Perception & Bikes

Learning to “Speak Cow” as a Mountain Biker or Hiker: Part 1 Reading cattle body language can help you know what to do If you are biking, and you come upon a cow, and that cow looks up at you, you have entered their “zone of awareness.” The cow is aware you are there but […]

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