When a pasture is left to regrow you get grass like this. There are hills of grass. These are spots of high fertility from decaying cowpats, pee spots or maybe some decomposing hay.
If the fertility is recent the cows won’t eat there, but they’re cool to look at.
This grass is in Florida 3. The herd are moving here this morning. There are even a few red clover flowers this early in Spring.
The herd aren’t particularly interested. They’ve been eating well and early morning sunbathing is pleasant when it is cold like this (4C at the time of the move).
Still, it is a bright morning and the trees are getting their leaves.
There’s plenty of wild lotier in amongst the clover and fescue and other random annual grasses.
The pasture looks good, but it has been rested since December,