from The Pasture Book, by W.R. Thompson, 1949
Land well established in kudzu is as valuable for grazing as any acre of the farm.
Set kudzu on 12 foot rows 3 1/2 feet apart, using 1000 crowns per acre. This should cover the land in about 3 years
Since cultivation is so important at time of establishing and is not needed at all after a good cover is on the ground, it will pay to give kudzu all the help it needs to get a good start quickly.
Overgrazing will kill kudzu (therefore) it should never be grazed close enough to get all the leaves off and new growth all grazed back.