Prescribed Grazing Successful for Iowa Rancher under NRCS Conservation Plan

Prescribed Grazing Successful for Iowa Rancher under NRCS Conservation Plan

A conservation plan with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) for ranchers and graziers can involve a rotational grazing system known as “prescribed grazing.” This method of raising cows and calves is balances the availability of forage with the livestock’s nutritional needs. The NRCS helped Iowa livestock producer Ryan Collins to implement a conservation plan that keeps his business, his livestock his consumers, and the environment, healthy and thriving.
Read more about how Collins’ NRCS District Conservationist worked with him to develop and implement this successful conservation plan.

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