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Microfarming refers to the practice of cultivating a small plot of land for the purpose of growing crops, raising livestock, or both. It is characterized by its focus on sustainable and intensive agricultural practices that maximize productivity within limited space. Microfarming often involves techniques such as intercropping, crop rotation, companion planting, and vertical gardening to make efficient use of available resources. Rotational grazing is a method commonly used in microfarming for raising livestock, particularly in small-scale operations. This approach involves dividing the grazing area into smaller paddocks or sections and rotating the livestock through these areas in a planned sequence. The purpose of rotational grazing is to allow forage to recover in grazed areas while providing fresh pasture for the animals. In microfarming rotational grazing methods, the size and number of paddocks may be smaller compared to larger-scale operations, but the principles remain the same. Livestock are moved frequently to prevent overgrazing, distribute manure evenly across the pasture, and promote healthy regrowth of forage plants. This rotational system also helps to minimise soil erosion, improve soil fertility, and optimise the utilisation of available pasture resources. Effective management of rotational grazing in microfarming requires careful planning and monitoring of factors such as stocking density, grazing duration, and rest periods for each paddock. By implementing rotational grazing methods, microfarmers can improve the health and productivity of their livestock while enhancing the sustainability of their farming operation.
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