must have a lot to do with climate. All I've seen from a couple that have tried it here is big patches of weeds and it killed the grass. Must be a "here" thing.RSL wrote:I know some folks that use the rings with good effect. For those interested, here are some recent numbers from our last trial round of bale grazing. These are bales placed on a site that was grazed 2 years previously, then grazed last winter. From my latest report...
"the average production of the pasture that we are currently monitoring was 2622. The average of the area impacted by the last round of bales was 3335 and the spaces between the bales averaged around 1910. So nearly a 175% increase in production in the areas impacted by the last round of bales."
We also suspect the feed quality has improved, but are waiting on those test results.
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