|Title||Can multi-species grazing help protect stock from coyotes?|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1991|
|Authors||Hulet, Clarence V., Anderson D.M.|
|Journal||National Wool Growers' Magazine|
Stocking ranges or pastures with more than one animal species often contributes to a more uniform and complete use of the available while providing a higher net return to producer. Cattle prefer grass, sheep prefer forbs (weeds) and goats prefer browse (shrubs and trees).