The process whereby our predominately jersey cows are strategically moved to fresh paddocks, or partitioned pasture areas, to allow vegetation in previously grazed pastures to regenerate.
The cows are rotated to a new pasture every 12 hours for fresh green grass.
This way the soil does not get too compacted allowing not only microbiological growth but also encourages earthworms, dung beetles, and other beneficial insects to inhabit the soil.
The cows spend 365 days in this non confinement system due to our mild winters and the Floridian aquifer which is paramount for irrigating the grass and keeping the cows cool in our hot summers via our center pivot system.
This highest level of humane animal husbandry allows cows to be cows, yielding delicious milk high in protein and butterfat.