What if livestock could be managed and contained with minimal fencing on the landscape?
Using Virtual Fencing as a tool for adaptive grazing management to enhance rotational grazing & exclusion from sensitive areas such as burn scars and riparian zones.
The District’s goal is to evaluate the effectiveness of using virtual fencing to manage livestock herds in the challenging terrain present in the mountains of western Colorado. This project will be a test of the application of this innovative technology for the conservation of wildlife habitat and soil health.
Natural resource benefits of adaptive grazing management include:
This project is an incredible opportunity to participate in an innovative technology that is a representation of future management in local conservational rangelands. Please reach out with any questions, we look forward to working with you!
We are currently looking for participant ranchers.
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