Data from: Knowledge co-production with traditional herders on cattle grazing behaviour for better management of species-rich grasslands

Zsolt Molnar, András Kelemen, Róbert Kun, Csaba Vadász, János Máté, László Sáfián, Fred Provenza, Sandra Díaz, Hossein Barani, Marianna Biró & András Máté
The research gap between rangeland/livestock science and conservation biology/vegetation ecology has led to a lack of evidence needed for grazing-related conservation management. Connecting scientific understanding with traditional ecological knowledge of local livestock keepers could help bridge this research and knowledge gap. 1. We studied the grazing behaviour (plant selection and avoidance) of beef cattle (ca. 33 000 bites) on species-rich lowland pastures in Central Europe and traditional herding practices. We also did >450 outdoor interviews...
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