Here is the herd eating up Costanza on February 20th. There’s a fair bit of grass here.
It has been a mild winter: this was last grazed in early November, so we had some good regrowth through the last three and a half months. The soils here are doing well with carbon and the soil life is coming back.
There are some weaker areas here and there, but those worms are helping us out. Most of the paddock now has good worm life.
One problem with winter is we get visits from sanglier, the French wild boar. There are a lot of holes around the place where they’ve come looking for some tasty grubs. I have to move the sods back to cover the holes and stamp them down.
Hermano the steer says Hi.