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Planted Hardwood Silvopasture: Producer Perspective From Wythe Co. VA



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Produced by: John Fike, Professor and Forage Extension Specialist Forage-Livestock, Hemp, and Bioenergy Crop Research School of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech; John Munsell, Professor and Forest Management Extension Specialist, Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech; Adam Downing, Senior Extension Agent, Forestry and Natural Resources, Northwest District, Virginia Cooperative Extension

This resource is available in Video format only.

Silvopasture is the intentional and intensive integration of a type of livestock with trees and forage. This video is part of a series which highlights producers who have experimented and serve as case-studies in how they have implemented silvopasture into their farming operation.

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Publication Date

July 26, 2022