Livestock and Range Management
Wild Pig Damage in Agricultural Lands in California Survey
In managed rangelands and agricultural areas, feral or wild pigs are a significant pest species. However, estimates of total damaged area occurring on these lands are ill-defined and subject to a high degree of variability. Wild pigs can be important...
The Livestock and Natural Resource Management Program focuses on efforts to keep range livestock and the rangeland itself healthy and productive. The program assists landowners through problem-solving research and by providing science based information that promotes good stewardship and sustainability.
UCCE's Livestock and Natural Resources Webpages
Animal ID Workshop Handouts
- An introduction to Electronic Animal ID Systems & Comparison of Technologies
- Animal ID: Confidentiality of Information
- Animal ID: Liability Exposure & Risk Management
- Animal ID: Opportunities for Value-Added Marketing and Production Efficiencies.
- Benefits & Costs Associated with an Animal ID System for Cattle in the U.S.
- Cattle Identification and the National Animal ID System
- Challenges of Animal ID in the West
- Cover & Intro for Animal ID
- Cover Page
- Effects of Animal ID on Cattle Market Structure
- Emerging Management Systems in Animal ID
- ID INFO tech handout.pdf
- Obtaining A Premise ID Number in California
- Potential Benefits of Production Information to Cattle Producers
- Some Issues Related to Beef Traceability: Transforming Cattle into Beef in the U.S.
- The National ID System and Country-of-Origin Labeling: How are They Related?
- The National ID System: Basics, Blueprint, Time lines, and Processes
- Value of Individual Record Keeping to Commercial Livestock Operators
- Working With Animal ID Technology Providers
John Harper is the Livestock & Natural Resources Program Advisor. He can be reached at the Mendocino County UCCE Office - 463-4495. or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org