Our plans for this farm included rotational grazing, we started out following this practice but in 2009 Keith became interested in Management Intensive Grazing (MIG Grazing). It's the practice of heavily grazing an area by increasing the number of livestock on a small parcel of land for a very short period of time and then moving them to the next paddock. This practice replenishes the soil by allowing grazing, trampling, and animal waste to increase organic cover and vital nutrients. This restorative practice is essential to preventing desertification. We've been following the practices of Allan Savory and Greg Judy.
This is the 2010 areal view of the planned paddock layout:
These photos show the paddocks after grazing with new areas the cattle have moved to.