Three years ago, I shared Allan Savory’s Ted talk about Sustainable Grazing. It was a novel idea at the time. But not anymore.
Allan Savory’s observations are the basis for mob grazing which is now being promoted by Agriculture researchers, extension agencies and state governments, as a way to increase the production, health and well-being of the cattle industry, while healing the land.
Those who have tried it, like it.
When I listen to them, they sound just like beekeepers do a few years after switching from conventional methods to natural beekeeping.
And that’s no surprise as both mob grazing and natural beekeeping use the same foundational approach. They let nature teach them. And then they manage their stock to work with nature.
And everyone benefits, the environment, the stock, the beekeeper/herdsman, and ultimately the consumer.