Monday, August 27, 2012

Rotational Grazing

Of the two ewes looking at you, Tabby-Q is on the right.  She is an old reliable ewe, raising lots of nice lambs and has been a dual season lamber.  The sheep are contained in the pasture by a permanent fence.  The large pasture is then divided into smaller pastures by temporary fencing.  The lambs and ewes are moved, rotationally, to pastures within the pasture....rotational grazing. The Premier white movable electric mesh fencing, that you can see in the picture, works fantastic for the pasture every few days.  

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