Advantages of Rotational Grazing

Advantages of Rotational Grazing

Rotational grazing is the practice of moving livestock between pastures on a regular basis. Well-managed rotational grazing is successful when the nutritional and forage needs of the livestock is accurately assessed and holistic land management practices are followed. This article discusses numerous advantages of rotational grazing including increased forage production, increased resistance to drought, as well control of less desirable plants.

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