Winter is a great time to reclaim grazing lands and reduce invasive species

With native grasses going dormant in the winter, it is a good time to reclaim grazing lands. One plant taking over rangelands in the Great Plains is the yucca.

Market Journal reports that there are cost-effective ways to reduce invasive species.


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Esplin Livestock is using conservation to help with an invasive species