I have 10 acres of pasture. 8 of them irrigated. We just got it this month and it pretty run down, IMO. The previous guy had too little animals on it, didn't irrigate well enough or too much and its now pretty weedy and overgrown. We have neighbor's 25 cows on it at the moment to clean it up first. They do eat the tumbleweed (yeayyyyy) but are pretty picky about some grass.
We want to see what the ground looks like, we found lots of holes from cows on it when being to wet, and have to get rid of the weeds and thistles.
Idea is to raise beef (see my other thread) , rotational grazing and maybe let our horses on after the cows.
Since fall is near it seems to be a good time to work on it and get it ready for spring.
Any ideas of how to approach that?
We're in central CA btw.
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