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Rotational Grazing - SS2 Agriculture Lesson Note

Rotational grazing is a strategy that divides rangeland into smaller paddocks or pastures and rotates livestock among them. The idea is to give each area of the rangeland time to recover after grazing, promoting healthier vegetation and soil.


Key points:

Livestock are moved from one pasture to another in a planned sequence.

Rest periods for each pasture allow plants to regrow, reducing overuse of the land.

This method can improve forage quality and quantity, benefiting both livestock and the ecosystem.

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