There is far more to be learned about pasture management than we could possibly fit on a webpage. Many who have done intensive grazing for decades cheerily admit that they are still learning. Thankfully, errors accumulated wisdom and flexible management make errors far less serious and costly.
If there is one thing we have learned about pasture management, it is that attention and regular adaptation are at the heart of great operations. Pasture management is both science and art – the challenge and the joy is to make decisions with an eye to each. So take in the information that we and so many others provide, but know that instinct can only be built through relationships with other graziers and your own trial and error.