Land use change, MiG and soil health | Progressive Forage

Progressive Forage reveals the findings of a recent study that measured the impact on soil health of irrigated cropland converted to a land management system called Management-intensive Grazing (MiG). The study, conducted by Colorado State University’s Agriculture Research, Development and Education Center (ARDEC), set out to determine the potential this practice could have to regenerate the land – and perhaps most importantly to increase the growing knowledge base required for this system to be implemented and developed. Despite the limited acreage and short time period, results were promising for soil health as well as cattle health.

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