Rotational Grazing

Rotational grazing systems are key to increase production, improve the pasture quality and extend the grazing season. A rotational grazing system consists of a number of equal size paddocks, where animals are moved around every 1-5 days. 

Pasture management offers immediate opportunities to increase profits and reduce your environmental footprint within your business, some ways of doing this include...

  • Reducing inputs of supplement feed, fertiliser and  fuel
  • Increasing the pasture utilised, in turn growing more grass and sequestering more carbon
  • Increasing the grazing season, reducing the expensive housing period on farm

Our Services

We work with you to understand your system, assess the land and produce an enterprise plan. Some of work includes:

Evaluation and Planning

  • Farm Visit and Land Survey.
  • GPS mapping and paddock mapping
  • System Design based on your system
  • Business Model
  • Environmental Impact
  • Bill of Materials


  • Marking Out.
  • Electric Fencing and Water System
  • Testing and Commissioning


  • Introducing Livestock to the System
  • Day-to-Day Management

Both Rotational and Mob Grazing offer significant benefits over Set-Stocking.


Table Comparing Annual Performance of Different Grazing Systems.