Wandering Stock Control of Stock You must keep stock confined on all sides by a proper and adequate stock proof fence. When grass is slow or there is insufficient feed for the number of animals being kept, stock will continuously test the boundary. Make sure you: keep the
Shelter belts Shelter belts include planting trees to act as a wind barrier, which can: reduce wind erosion of the soil increase pasture growth by up to 60 % on exposed sites increase crop yields by up to 25 % increase stock weight gain by up to 34 %
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