Ewes and lambs in a managed intensive grazing (MIG) system on improved pasture in Central Ohio.  Pasture is divided into small paddocks and sheep are moved every 1-5 days and paddock rest for 21-28 days between grazing.  This method of grazing can improve animal productivity, manure distribution, and persistence of desirable species in the pasture.

Sheep grazing improved pasture

Credit: Amy Radunz

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Description: Ewes and lambs in a managed intensive grazing (MIG) system on improved pasture in Central Ohio. Pasture is divided into small paddocks and sheep are moved every 1-5 days and paddock rest for 21-28 days between grazing. This method of grazing can improve animal productivity, manure distribution, and persistence of desirable species in the pasture.

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