2 edition of Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management found in the catalog.
Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management
August Ludwig Hormay
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Other titles||Principles of rest rotation grazing and multiple use land management|
|Statement||by August L. Hormay.|
|Series||TT -- 4-2200, TT (Series) (Washington, D.C.) -- 4-2200.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management., United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Range Management Principles and Practices. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Hormay, A.L., Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management~ USDA Forest Serv. Training Text 4(), 26 pp. Hormay, A.L and Talbot, M.W., Rest-rotation grazing a new management system for perennial bunchgrass ranges. Historical attitudes toward the land and its products were discussed in Chapter 1. Over the past century, the elaboration of land-use concepts and the development of policy guidelines have accompanied the intensification of management. The growing expectation that every area can yield more products and services through applied technology than through single-purpose exploitation has raised.
The article thus begins with a brief critique of public-land grazing policy. (4) The article then examines, through the lens of the capture metaphor, how livestock owners in the late s and early s employed and modified the rule of capture to control the range and its non-mineral resources. The Forest Service grazing decision also incorporated adaptive management principles to improve environmental conditions in the forests. The ranchers and the Forest Service worked together to develop management steps that would address resource issues and still be cost-effective.
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Washington, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management August Ludwig Hormay Accessible book, Range management, Public lands, Management Bureau of Land Management., 26 books United States.
Forest Service., 12 books Roy A. Harris. Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management» Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management. Average Rating. Author. Hormay, August L. Publisher. U.S. Bureau of Land Management. Pub. Date. Language.
English. Choose a Format. Book Show Edition. Available from another library. August Ludwig "Gus" Hormay (–) developed and applied the concept of the rest-rotation grazing management system in areas of the Western United States.
Rest-rotation rangeland management system uses deferred grazing to manage Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management book plant reproduction and maintenance, while providing grazing lands for both livestock and wildlife.
Gus Hormay's rest-rotation management Occupation: Rangeland Management Scientist. Principles of Rest Rotation Grazing and Multiple Use Land Management. A USDI/USDA publication: How Not to be Cowed: Livestock Grazing on Public Land - An Owners Manual,published by the Coalition of Environmental Groups: Ickes, Harold.
Rest-Rotation Grazing The rest-rotation grazing system was designed by Gus Hormay of the U.S. Forest Service and was first implemented in the s and s. Under rest rotation, one or two pastures are rested the entire year while the remaining pastures are grazed seasonally, depending on the number of pastures and herds.
Range Management Challenges in Twenty-First Century Range Management Principles QUESTIONS ANSWERS CHAPTER 2 RANGE MANAGEMENT HISTORY Origination of Range Science Grazing by Native Animals Early Livestock Grazing The Future Government Land Policies Development of Range Management in Other Countries Range Management Principles Rest-Rotation.
Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management August Ludwig Hormay Not In Library. Common Subjects Search for books published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service.
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InHormay transferred to the Bureau of Land Management in the United States Department of the Interior, where he spearheaded a program educating government officials, land stewards, and livestock-holders in rest-rotation grazing techniques. RANGELANDS 18(5), October Riparian Grazing Management That Worked II.
Rotation With and Without Rest and Riparian Pastures Linda Masters, Sherman Swanson, and Wayne Burkhardt R est rotation grazing has been considered the answer for temperate bunchgrass rangelands including ripar- ian r, Kovalchik and Elmore () suggest that rest-rotation grazing does not increase.
use. Previous to that Dr. Arthur Sampson in his book, Range Management,described rotation and deferred grazing. Gus Hormay synthesized from that work and developed a coherent approach of principles and a concept of rest-rotation grazing and applied the concept at the Harvey Valley cattle allotment on the Lassen National Forest in.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Indeed, in work that is beyond the scope of Hall's book, a number of scientists and range managers like August L. Hormay (Principles of Rest-Rotation and Multiple-Use Land Management ) have demonstrated that proper grazing can actually improve the land and its : Thomas G.
Alexander. At the same time BLM was classifying its lands for retention in multiple use management or disposal to the private sector, the Public Land Law Review Commission was studying the nation's 3, land laws and federal management of the public domain to identify problems and recommend new policy, programs, and legislation.
Rest-Rotation Grazing: A New Management System for Perennial Bunchgrass Ranges by A. Hormay and M. Talbot will also be referenced. (1) Hormay and Talbot () originally developed guidance for rest-rotation grazing based on intensive field studies. I’m not certain what they mean by intensive.
In: Management of grazing lands: Importance of plant Morphology and Physiology to Individual Plant and Community Response. Bedunah, D. and Sosebee, R.E. Book in press by Range Society. Título: Principles of Rest-rotation Grazing and Multiple-use Land Management Creador: August Ludwig Hormay Género: Grazing Impresora: no defined Identidad Clave: bgbE1iX__N8C Código del libro: IND Oficiales de Idiomas: IND El número de.
Hormay, A. Principles of rest-rotation grazing and multiple-use land management. USDA Forest Serv. Training Text 4. Newman, J. Effects of past grazing in derermining range management principles in Australia. – In: K. Kreitlow, and R.
Hart (eds.) Plant morphogenesis as the basis for scientific management Cited by:. Principles of Rest-Rotation Grazing and Multiple-Use Land Management. US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. Official Soil Series Descriptions.
Hormay’s rest-rotation management system employed various combinations of year-long rest, deferment, early season grazing and full season grazing in a 3 to 5 year cycle. He applied his research findings for the first time on California’s Lassen National Forest in of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S.
Forest Service (USFS). However, the most productive lands in Utah in terms of forage production and agriculture value, along with the associated water rights, are owned by private individuals (Banner et al.
). Much of .