Depicts a 2-year collaborative implementation of multi-species grazing (cattle, sheep, goats) as a tool in an integrated approach to control noxious weeds in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California. Emphasis centers on holistic decision-making, grazing planning, low-cost cow-calf production, and monitoring. Thirty participants represented university extension, state and federal agencies, county weed boards, and ranchers.
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