This is highly dependent on your location, forage quantity and quality, soil type, and terrain. Some areas may have a lower stocking rate than others. For instance, in Nevada, you may be lucky to be able to graze a cow-calf… Full Answer
I believe it's usually 0.25 cows per acre or more for the arid areas to 0.5 or 1 cows per acre in the more lusher areas of Texas. Check with your local extension office for more information on stocking rates.
That all depends on where in Alberta you live and pasture quality. Stocking rates for southern Alberta on unirrigated pasture is around three or four acres per AU (one animal unit being defined as one 1000 lb cow with or… Full Answer