Agreed, 3-4 weeks instead of 5 weeks is usually the max due to pathogens. But overall Neil seems to be doing pretty good. A pretty good % of the perennials are still alive, and enough disturbance for new species to enter the pasture, increasing biodiversity.
Rose Konold wrote:(So did you figure out the feed? I don't feed a set amount as it varies depending on the "freshness" of pasture, but will feed until there is some left over between one feeding and the next and then cut back.)
Looks like the wire held. Remember that most worm lifecycles are 28 days so you want to try and rotate onto fresh before then to break the lifecycle.
Andrew Mateskon wrote:Bryant Redhawk, what are you seeding your pasture with? What is in your mix?