Managing mob grazing during the wet season

We are experiencing, along with most of the country, one of the driest, hottest spring through early summer periods I can remember. Conferences, articles and talk among farmers revolve around who is the driest and how to manage through a drought. I thought it might be refreshing to read an article about how to manage heavy stocking rates during the record wet summer being experienced by a farmer in England. Can grass really be that green??
http://mobgrazing.blogspot.com/2012/07/dipping-my-toe-in-water.html

 

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About Steve Freeman

Steve Freeman joined Forester Industries as a partner in 2005 after being one of the first customers to use the PasturePro post. He installed his first electric fence in the early 1980’s and implemented management intensive grazing in 1987. Presently, the operation is exclusively beef cattle, but in the past it has also included both goats and sheep. Steve is always happy to talk grazing practices, livestock raising and fence building.
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