Grazing management practices are used to regulate the amount of grazing time and consumption levels in a pasture in order to prevent overgrazing and soil degradation. They address the soil threats of erosion, compaction and poor soil structure.
SQAPP includes 25 examples of the world-wide use of the following soil managment practices.
- Controlled and rotational grazing
- Area closure
- Pasture monitoring
- Avoidance of pugging in paddocks