TJ and I were working on some new fencing when one of our new Devon got curious and started watching what TJ was doing. He just started speaking to her in a whisper and kept watching for a while.
It made working on the fence all the more interesting.
We use what is called mob grazing where we put the cows on a small portion of pasture where they can eat fresh grass.
The size of the land is sufficient to satisfy the cows and be used up in one day.
The next day we fence in a new area of fresh grass and move the cows again.
And when I say grass I mean that the pasture contains a wide variety of plants and is what we call a
It is work intensive for us but works well for a healthy herd.
Randy Holmquist, a South Dakota Cattleman who practices mob grazing was recently quoted in an article on the subject and said