Full paper: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107484
Summary: Regenerative farming practices such as rotational grazing with prolonged resting periods are designed to improve farmland soil health, while profitably delivering high-quality farm products. The aim of this study was to determine the mid-term effect of regenerative grazing in Basque country of Northern Spain on soil ecosystem services and evaluate their synergies and trade-offs. Regenerative rotational grazing achieved 30% higher springtime grass production and 3.6% higher topsoil carbon storage than conventional rotational grazing.
Citation: de Otálora, Xabier Díaz, et al. “Regenerative rotational grazing management of dairy sheep increases springtime grass production and topsoil carbon storage.” Ecological Indicators 125 (2021): 107484.