Agroforesty and animals

"Don_Staples,dstaples at" at "Don_Staples,dstaples at" at
Wed Mar 12 12:34:02 EST 1997

Jamie Simpson wrote: It may not be a natural
> ecosystem, but it appears to be sustainable, at least for a few
> rotations of the trees.

Yes, as long as one does not get greedy with the number of head on any 
given acreage.  If I have a choice between brush control by use of animal 
or herbicide, it's a no brainer.  Common sense goes a long way with 
animal management under a southern pine stand.
Ego Site:

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