Hugh Aljoe, Ag News and Views, January 2016
Ultra-High Stock Density Grazing
Five Precautions Before Implementation
About the Speaker
Ultra-high stock density grazing is the management tool of grazing livestock in much higher-than-normal concentrations to achieve landscape-focused objectives. The long-term goal is to enhance soils, forages and livestock production.
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Producer Relations Manager
Aljoe serves as a pasture and range consultant in the foundation’s agricultural division consultation program. He serves as the consultation program manager, coordinating the efforts of the division's agricultural consultants across its 47-county service area, in both Oklahoma and Texas.
Before joining the Noble Foundation in 1995, Aljoe was the ranch manager of Belvedere Land & Cattle Corp. for 10 years. He supervised the growth of the ranch from a small 450-acre, 150-head purebred ranch into an extensive 3,900-acre, 1,500-head purebred and commercial cow-calf operation. Forage resources were predominantly introduced bermudagrass pastures (overseeded to ryegrass) that were operated in modified short-duration grazing systems.