At Lowland Farm, we practice intensive rotational grazing of cattle. This approach maximizes cow health and improves soil by sequestering carbon and nitrogen. The cow herd is moved daily so that grasses are eaten uniformly. The cows get the tops of the grass, the most nutritious part, and the herd’s hoof action boosts soil fertility and water infiltration. At base, we consider ourselves grass farmers, because soil health is most important.