Rotational Grazing: Why and How it Works

October 6, 2015


Is your horse’s pasture a significant nutrition source or just a place to play? Rotational grazing is an excellent management practice for horse owners who would like to maximize their horses’ pasture intake. This webinar will explain why rotational grazing benefits both the horse and the pasture plants, strategies to implement this practice, and overall pasture considerations.


Presenter Information

Laura Kenny is a Program Associate in the Department of Animal Sciences at Rutgers University, where she supports Extension programming for the equine industry in New Jersey. In addition, she is pursuing a Master’s degree in Plant Biology, focusing on the effects of rotational and continuous grazing systems on horses, pastures, and soil. She completed her B.S. in Animal Science at Rutgers University and has been riding horses since she was 8 years old.


Watch the recorded webcast below!




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