There are many benefits to integrating livestock with crop rotations, including a reduction of animal feed costs, soil health and biodiversity improvements and better weed management.
Want to find out more? The Rodale Institute have some great top tips on how to go about integrating the two to make them work harmoniously together, backed up with their own ongoing project work.
There are many factors that contribute to planning a crop-livestock rotation including flock or herd size, crop species, acreage, time of year the crop gets planted, and when it can be grazed.Rodale Institute
Check out the top tips on their website:
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