Climate change could impact livestock production

Western Farm Press: Land used for livestock grazing; referred to as rangeland in the western U.S. and pasture land in the eastern half of the country, encompasses over 584 million acres of non-Federal land and represents a very complex ecosystem. While the intensity of the management of these lands differs from parcel to parcel, there is no doubt they all play a vital role in livestock production. However, little research has been conducted to determine the affect of climate change and rising amounts of atmospheric......

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