There's a whole lot more to grazing management than simply turning your horses out when the pastures green up. Regular fence maintenance, careful planning of fertilizing and seeding, best rotational grazing practices, strategic weed control, and attention to temperatures and growing conditions all come into play when keeping pastures. The important thing is to make a yearly plan, regardless of where you live.
This free report provides you with a year-round plan so the grass is always greener on your side. Pastures follow a pattern of growth, and planning ahead can help you work with these patterns and make the most of your fields. You also should ensure that no matter what type of fencing you use, it is in good shape for each season.
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