For those in southern latitudes where perennial warm-season plants are the dominant form of vegetation, has anyone had experience pasture cropping? For those who may not be aware what pasture cropping is, it's a technique of planting a cool-season annual plant like wheat or oats into a dormant warm-season perennial pasture. The warm-season pasture is grazed down pretty severely and come fall time, the cool-season annual small-grain crop is planted into the dormant warm-season perennial. Once the cool-season annual is harvested, the perennial warm-season pasture comes back as temperatures become more optimal for warm-season pasture growth. With this method one gets a couple of grazings and a small grain crop in a single year's time. Here's a website with more information on pasture cropping: https://winona.net.au/pasture-cropping/.