a grazing scheme where animals are moved from one grazing unit (paddock) to another.
Pasturing system that allows short periods of heavy use, followed by a recovery period; it allows the forage to be used more fully and effectively.
A practice allowing forages to recover after each grazing period. Includes alternating two or more pastures at regular intervals or using temporary fences within pastures to prevent overgrazing.
organized movement of animals from one pasture to another to facilitate a sustainable rangeland
A system for livestock grazing, using internal temporary enclosures (within a boundary fence) to control the specific areas where the animals graze. This allows the vegetation in the previous enclosures to grow back. Typically is 1-strand of wire at 40" or at animal's nose level.
The management of cattle from one grazing pasture to another on a scheduled basis.
The practice of of imposing a regular sequence of grazing and rest on the area to be grazed