A number of years ago I came across a new approach to grazing management that really intrigued me. Bob Kinford from West Texas has been focusing on re-instilling the herding instinct in domestic livestock so the animals stay huddled together at higher stock densities (>100,000 pounds live weight per acre) even when in a very large field. From the articles I've read and visiting with Bob by phone, animals will graze as a tightly-bunched group, go back to water and then come right back to where they left off. This is being done in desert and semi-desert country without the installation or movement of a bunch of electric fencing or virtual fencing for that matter. Has anyone in this group seen or heard more about this. I'd be very interested in getting more insight on this intriguing approach. You can learn more about this on Bob's website at: https://migratorygrazing.com/.