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For many ranches located in southern Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and many other parts of the southwest and Deep South, brush encroachment is a major issue. Typical control methods have been comprised of extensive mechanical intervention and/or chemical applications. Planned burns have also been frequently employed. These methods are expensive and often have mixed results. We find ourselves repeating these control methods time after time.

What if there is a better way to manage brush without having to rely on expensive inputs?

Can we use regenerative grazing practices to effectively control brush encroachment and outcompete the brush with forage growth?

In this webinar, Allen Williams and Alejandro Carrillo will share tried and true methods of brush control and enhancing forage growth through practical strategies and actual case studies.Allen Williams and Alejandro Carrillo are partners in Understanding Ag, LLC and at the Soil Health Academy. Combined, they have consulted with over 4,000 farmers and ranchers in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South America, and other countries, on operations ranging from a few acres to over 1 million acres.

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