Fixing an Overgrazed Horse Pasture

Without a doubt, horses are hard on pastures. Equine forage researcher Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS, of the University of Minnesota, offers tips on helping an overgrazed pasture recover.
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Fixing an Overgrazed Horse Pasture
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Without a doubt, horses are hard on pastures. Equine forage researcher Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS, of the University of Minnesota, offers tips on helping an overgrazed pasture recover.

This podcast is an excerpt from our Ask The Horse Live Q&A, ‘Creating Better Horse Pastures.’ Listen to the full recording here.

Without a doubt, horses are hard on pastures. Equine forage researcher Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS, of the University of Minnesota, offers tips on helping an overgrazed pasture recover.5/8/2020 14:42

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Krishona Martinson, PhD, MS, is a professor of equine science and leads the University of Minnesota Extension Horse Program and is an equine extension specialist. Her applied research program focuses on improving equine forage utilization. She currently serves on the Equine Science Society board of directors. Along with her daughters, Martinson competes locally in timed events.

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