The Two Main Features of Rotational Grazing

The Two Main Features of Rotational Grazing

PASTURE MANAGEMENT: NRCS Assistance for Organic Growers

The Two Main Features of Rotational Grazing

The benefits of rotational grazing are manifold: it’s a core tenet of sustainable agriculture because it ensures livestock is well-nourished, soil is being replenished rather than depleted, and carbon is being sequestered rather than being released into the atmosphere. Getting this key approach to sustainable agriculture established requires two important features: a moveable and consistent water supply, as well as moveable and effective fencing.

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