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All too often the sciences of growing grass and cattle production are seen as separate disciplines. The author is concerned with maximizing grazing time without permanently damaging the grass upon which the cattle and the cattlemen depend. The value of this book lies in an holistic understanding of the interactions between the needs of the grass and the needs of the cow, so that maximum productivity from both can be achieved.
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