Animal Production Systems for Pasture-Based Livestock Production

Edward B. Rayburn


This is the final of a four book series, begun in 1998 under the direction of Edward B. Rayburn, extension forage agronomist of West Virginia University. The project was originally conceived as a single book covering all aspects of pasture-based livestock production. Sixty-two authors from various universities, government, and industry collaborated, the manuscript grew to over 1300 pages in length, was peer reviewed in 2002 and then revised. The peer review included over 110 experts representing 25 different colleges and universities, government and agricultural production in the United States and Canada.

Copyright 2008, softcover, 246 pages.

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