The goats finished cleaning up their pasture and since I have a vacation day today I thought we should go ahead and move them a day early. They moved to an extra-large area loaded with field pennycress, thistle and Osage orange and honey locust saplings.
This opened a new place for the layers to run and play. The pasture below looked like the picture above three days ago.
Finally, here’s a shot of the pasture the chickens left behind. Fewer bugs, even fewer weeds, lots of additional nitrogen and plenty of disturbance. Now it’s time for rest.
Disturbance and rest. Disturbance and rest. The greater the intensity, the longer the recovery period. Disturbance and rest. This applies to your own body, not just to grass and dirt. Did you experience intense physical disturbance today or just rest?