- John Vallentine, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, U.S.A.
Faculty, researchers, graduate students, land managers, and extension services personnel responsible for grazing and rangeland management for both wild and domestic animals. Federal, state, and local departments of agriculture. Libraries at institutions with strong animal science, animal nutrition, land management, and land grant backgrounds. Grazing Management is recommended as both a textbook and as a reference manual. As a textbook, the prime audience is 4th & 5th year university students with a major in range science, animal science, big game management, or agronomy. As a reference manual, it will be utilized by extension and research personel, grazing land managers, innovative ranchers and farmers, agribusiness personnel and conservationists.
e-Book, 659 Pages
Published: October 2000
Imprint: Academic Press
"The well-indexed book...is an important source of information and references for a diverse range of readers, serving us both a textbook and a reference manual. As such it will appeal to lecturers and advanced students; also advisers, consultants and innovative rangeland managers will benefit from dipping into the text. Researchers will find the book a valuable resource for the cited references..." - EAAP News