- Optimum quantity and quality of feed is needed for high levels of animal performance
- Clover and green grass leaf are the quality components in the sward
- Pasture quality declines in late spring
- Grazing management at this time should aim to keep grazed pastures at 3â€“4 cm
- Surplus late-spring pasture can be conserved as hay or silage, mechanically topped, or grazed with lower priority stock like cattle or weaned ewes.