Grazing Too Short in Fall and Winter Can Mean More Weeds in the Spring

Results of a study by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers show that if you graze shorter, you’re helping weed seeds get the light and resources they need to germinate well in the spring. Their study focused on burdock, but results could be similar for other weed species that germinate in early spring. ~ Kathy Voth, On Pasture. Full article available here.