Illustrated guide to managing neutral pasture for wildlife (TIN088)

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Neutral grassland grazed by livestock can be a valuable habitat for many small birds, mammals, insects and other invertebrates. The key to providing opportunities for these species is to get the sward structure right at key times of the year. This guide illustrates what the sward should look like in the spring; in the early summer and in autumn.

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