Grazing technique that mirrors natural patterns helps protect grasslands from drought

U of A research could help ranchers adapt to climate change and preserve vital ecosystems.

Rotational grazing’s effect on carbon storage studied

Ed Bork (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) and Bharat Shrestha (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) comment on a U of A study examining how adaptive multi-paddock grazing compared with neighbouring conventional grazing in terms of carbon storage and greenhouse gas fluxes.

Livestock’s role in a changing climate

Edward Bork (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) calls for a balanced view, one that weighs the drawbacks against the benefits of methane in livestock production. “Discussions of cattle and climate change should not talk solely about methane but should also include a full accounting of the