New Paddock - The fence is 48" tall
The paddock they just left.
Nine days after leaving
14 days after leaving
My chicken house is waiting for a rebuild, so the chickens aren't in the pasture rotation right now. If they were the trampled remains of grass and manure would get a good shredding right after the Mob left. That would improve the speed of organic matter breakdown and grass regeneration. I am also a bit under stocked still. A few more cows would have a big impact on the utilization and the breakdown of the grass. Still, it's pretty good.
I find managing tall grass grazing to be more challenging than conventional MIG. I have a harder time estimating how many days of forage I have in a paddock. Fencing is also a bigger challenge for me. If I had a good perimeter fence and was just running cross fences it wouldn't be so bad, but using the temporary poly fence exclusively is a bit tricky in tall grass. Sometimes I can't see over the grass to know where I have to meet up with the other end as I enclose the paddock. I do like the flexibility my system has, and It was about 10 time cheaper than permanent fence.