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Eco-graze is a grazing management system that involves rotation and resting of paddocks. It is based on the establishment of three paddocks with two herds within a rotational system, where all paddocks get some wet season rest two years out of three.

Paddocks are sub-divided into three relatively equal sizes, though some flexibility is required to balance variation in the productive capacity of different land types within the paddock. The paddocks are fenced and extra water points, additional water troughs, and (where required) pumps are established.

Note: For this SLM technology case, the SPI report on Sustainable Land Management and Climate Change refers  to: Ash, A. et al. 1992. The Ecograze Project - developing guidelines to better manage grazing country. CSIRO. ISBN 0-9579842-0-0

Land use type
Grazing land
Technology group
Grazing pressure management
Type of land degradation addressed
Biological degradation
Physical soil deterioration
Soil erosion by water