How to Prevent Overgrazing?

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For owners of cows, the question of how to prevent overgrazing may arise. Overgrazing is the process of overeating of grass by cows, or similar grazing animals. To prevent this, the owner should keep an eye on how far the grass has been eaten down. It has been said that grazing of more than half the growth for an area will slow or stop natural regrowth. Tom prevent this do not let cows graze more than 50% of an area?s growth, in height.
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