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Soil-Ingestion Rates of Steers following Brush Management in Central Texas
Journal of range management
Fecal soil concentrations and soil-ingestion rates were estimated for steers grazing pastures treated 1 year prior with herbicide or bulldozing and stacking. Mean fecal soil concentration was higher on mechanically treated, 16.675, than those chemically treated, 12SoJ" or untreated, 10.9%, under similar forage utilization levels (50%). With one exception, fecal soil concentration decreased over the study period on treated pastures. Fecal soil concentration was correlated with forb availabilitydoi:10.2307/3898286 fatcat:sjfbx4ofljeqjnm2ucps6ib4ki