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Decision Support Systems for the Management of Grazing Lands

Emerging Issues (Man and the Biosphere Series)

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Published by Informa Healthcare .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applications of Computing,
  • Development studies,
  • Management of land & natural resources,
  • Range management,
  • Decision support systems,
  • Decision Support Systems For Business,
  • Natural Resources Management,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Natural Resources,
  • Agriculture - General,
  • Technology / Agriculture & Animal Husbandry,
  • Congresses,
  • Data processing,
  • Decision making

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJ.W. Stuth (Editor), B.G. Lyons (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages302
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8968586M
    ISBN 101850703825
    ISBN 109781850703822

    This chapter primarily contains guidance for planning grazing management. on the various kinds of grazing lands. The chapter is divided into three. major sections. Section 1, Managing Native Grazing Lands, gives guidance. on managing rangelands, grazed forest . outcome for grazing lands. In a grazing management plan, grazing systems provide a sequential movement of animals among pastures with properly timed graz-ing and recovery periods within a season or year. A grazing system is a tool to achieve enterprise goals and objectives within a set of environmental, economic, resource, and management Size: 1MB.

    He has authored two books on grazing and ranch management. Management-intensive Grazing: The Grassroots of Grass Farming was published in and Kick the Hay Habit: A practical guide to year-around grazing was published in He typically speaks at 40 to 50 producer-oriented workshops, seminars, and field days around the US and. 1. The MIS is defined as a system which provides information support for decision making in the organization. 2. The MIS is defined as an integrated system of man and machine for providing the information to support the operations, the management and the decision File Size: KB.

    - Grazing Permit Administration Handbook. The interim directive for chapter 10 – Term Grazing Permits (id_doc) The interim directive for chapter 20 – Grazing Agreements (id_doc) - Range Management Annual Reports Handbook. 6 Sustainable management of the Burdekin grazing lands Executive summary This guide is a technical resource designed to be used by advisors working with producers to improve grazing management in the grazing lands of the Burdekin catchment in Queensland. An earlier unpublished version was produced in the Northern Grazing Systems (NGS) initiative.


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(ed.) Stuth, J.W. (ed.); Lyons. Decision Support Systems for the Management of Grazing Lands demonstrates how decision support systems can be used in helping with the management of complex environments.

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Decision support systems for the management of grazing lands: emerging issues. [Jerry W Stuth; B G Lyons;] -- This book focusses on real case studies and experiences to demonstrate how Decision Support Systems can help in the management of complex environments to solve resource problems.

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Free shipping for many products. Decision support tools for grazing land management. Understanding your grazing land, its condition and productivity, will help you manage your stock numbers to match pasture supply and minimise stress on stock, pastures, soil and bank balances.

Monitoring pasture condition will help you to notice changes in your pasture landscape early. This paper describes a decision support approach to improving our understanding of the complexities of grazing management systems. The paper first proposes an integrated framework for a decision support system (DSS) for evaluating the sustainability of grazing management in terms of the risk of changes to the vegetation and soil resource, and Cited by: An effective grazing planner or manager must inventory all sources of available grazing capacity and integrate them into the best animal production system.

The principles of grazing management remain the same regardless of the kind of grazing land: optimal stocking rate (number of animals), optimal season(s) of use (timing of grazing), optimal kind or mix of large herbivore species, and optimal. Gerrish coined the phrase Management-intensive Grazing (MiG), putting the emphasis on management of the growth of the grass.

The animals are merely harvesters, like lawnmowers. In Management-intensive Grazing, The Grassroots of Grass Farming, he uses vivid images and detailed explanations to take graziers step-by-step through the MiG system/5(13).

Decision Support with Geographic Information Systems 53 Anthony Gar-On Yeh II. APPLICATIONS AND CASE STUDIES 4. Decision Support for Sustainable Land Development: A Case Study of Dongguan 73 Anthony Gar-On Yeh and Xia Li 5.

Water Resource Management: A Case Study for EcoKnowMlCS 99 Eduardo D. Gamboa 6. Decision Support for Incentive Strategies. Grazing animals need to be managed in order to accommodate desired results in terms of animal, plant, land and economic responses.

Grazing Management, Second Edition integrates principles and management techniques that apply to all grazing lands and to all grazing animals. This comprehensive volume provides authoritative review on a wide range of relevant topics: animal nutrition and.

Central to holistic grazing is holistic management; a framework for decision-making and a planning tool applied primarily to grazing systems. It is based on comprehensive goal-setting focused on the kind of life pastoralists wish to have.

Holistic manage-ment aims to use locally available resources to reachCited by: 4. This multi-author book synthesizes a range of perspectives on grazing systems, drawn from plant science, animal science and ecology.

The first section comprises 4 chapters on plants and plant populations, covering tissue flows in grazed plant communities, strategies for plant survival in grazed systems, plant competition and population dynamics, and assessing and interpreting grass-woody. Understanding sustainable grazing and pasture management Good grazing and pasture management is vital if you graze livestock and want to keep your land productive.

Pasture management ensures that pasture, either native or improved, is available for sheep, cattle or other grazing animals year-round, and that the soil remains healthy. 1 Department of Environment, Land, Water and PlanningManaging grazing on riparian land: Decision support tool and guidelines.

Victorian Government, East Melbourne, Victoria. Step 1: Assess the project site (page 3) Step 2: Identify the site's vegetation state (page 4). Sustainable grazing lands providing a healthy environment Promote ecologically and economically sound management of all private grazing lands for all their adapted uses and multiple benefits to the environment and society.

• Recognition of grazing lands as a major source of watershed filtration, ground water recharge, and carbon. If properly configured, delivered and maintained, decision-support systems should usher in the information age for the grazing manager.

These tools coupled with a greater understanding of biological, ecological, economic and socio/political forces impinging on the livestock producer, should advance decision making to a level whereby. Livestock grazing is permitted on over 95 million acres of National Forest System lands spread across 29 states.

Grazing use is administered through a grazing permit system. The Forest Service administered permits for 5, permittees. The authorized use was for approximately million head months (HMs) of authorized grazing by cattle, horses. 1. Types of grazing systems Grazing animals (such as cattle, sheep and goats) feed on the leaves and shoots of grass and other shortplants (forage).

A grazing systemis the pattern in which a farmer allows livestock to grazea pasture. The grazing system used depends on the type of animals, available space and the amount of animals being reared. Chapter 5 Management of Grazing Lands This chapter primarily contains guidance for planning grazing management on the various kinds of grazing lands.

The chapter is divided into three major sections. Section 1, Managing Native Grazing Lands, gives guidance on managing rangelands, grazed forest lands, and native and naturalized pasture. Soil Health as a Transformational Change Agent for US Grazing Lands Management Article (PDF Available) in Rangeland Ecology & Management 71(4) April with Reads How we.

Rotational grazing is a specialized grazing system that was introduced in the midth century as an important tool to adaptively manage rangelands ecosystems to sustain productivity and improve animal management (Teague et al., ).The main feature of this system is that livestock move from one camp or paddock to another on a scheduled basis (Holechek et al., ).We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising.

The indigenous system of range management has complex features reflecting the interrelationships between human adaptation, environmental variability, systems of land use and local decision-making systems (Little ).Indigenous rangeland management knowledge (as used by herders) is the product of environmental management over time (Fernandez-Gimenez ; Ford Cited by: