The OpenFields library holds resources about the management, production and utilisation of grass for livestock. This covers species mix, sward management, and grazing systems, but excludes the production of silage or hay for use as a winter fodder.
OpenFields brings together authoritative grassland management information from universities, colleges and the industry.
A sample of Items held in the Grassland management category
- 1964: Strategic fertiliser planning case study
- Field traffic intensity for forage harvesting in the UK
- Grazing Marsh Ditches - Sheet 2: Creation and restoration for invertebrates
- How animals use the landscape – animal behaviour on site
- 99. Grass reseeding – it’s not all about perennial ryegrass!
- Promoting Habitat Mosaics for Invertebrates: Chalk downland
- 2322: The most common species used in UK grass seed mixtures and their important characteristics
- Managing clover for Better Returns which outlines the advantages of including clovers in the farming system, and the management needed to optimise their contribution to the farm business.
- 118. Challenges for lamb meat quality from organic and grassland based systems
- 162. Sheep and cattle could be enclosed by virtual fences
There are currently no subcategories in the Grassland management section.
Where Am I?
The OpenFields Library is a free online library contains items of interest to practitioners and researchers in the agricultural and landbased industries.