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Livestock rotation practices and de-stocking

Livestock rotation approach relies on grazing different types of animals on the same land in a carefully controlled pattern, which ideally will enhance the land they roam. With several different animals, the technique is sometimes called multi-species grazing. Destocking refers to reducing the animal stock during drought.

Advantages / Benefits
Livestock rotation: more efficient use of pastures, better weed control, more parasite control, healthier and more productive soil, as well as more income per acre if you can accommodate more animals
Destocking: A successful drought strategy allows to focus limited resources (forage and stock water) on the breeding stock based on carefully selected traits and performance criteria
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