Mob grazing has emerged as an increasingly used management strategy on pasture-based farms throughout the country; however, the practice lacks clear definition among practitioners. We conducted a survey of livestock and dairy producers using some form of rotational grazing in the upper midwestern United States (N = 155) to gather producer-generated definitions, perceptions of benefits and disadvantages, and implementation strategies for mob grazing. The results describe a practice defined by variability and associated with compelling impacts. Implementation of mob grazing differed among producers, although most used it as a strategic tool and not a rigid management strategy.
Gurda, A. M., Renz, M. J., & Brink, G. E. (2018). Defining Mob Grazing in the Upper Midwestern United States. Journal of Extension, 56(4), Article 11. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol56/iss4/11