Pasture on our farm is a perennial mix of many plant species chosen to fit the nutritional needs of each kind of livestock we raise. We carefully manage our livestock on pasture with the intent to improve the health of our ecosystem year after year. In turn a healthier and balanced soil, diverse plant and wildlife community, and better rainfall infiltration benefit our livestock's overall health, happiness, and nutrition. In general, the way that we manage our livestock on pasture is to control the time they spend on it. If livestock are left on one piece of pasture too long they will cause too much disturbance, killing the plants and causing compaction. We move our livestock to fresh pasture frequently so that they get a consistent supply of fresh forages and so that our pasture does not get damaged by too much impact. 

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