As we've described under Mob Grazing our intent is to keep fresh forage in front of cattle at all times. That way they're getting the most tender, richest feed we can provide. It's that emphasis that gets us gains of three pounds per day or more. Of course, that can be intensive because it means we have to move fence as many as five times per day. We've developed a system using Gallagher Tumble wheels. We attach one end of the fence to the main pivot tower and then stretch it to the outside of the pivot circle. Then we roll the fence forward. Take a click on the video below. It'll show you how it goes and how the cattle follow. Typically we'd only roll the fence about a quarter of the distance shown, but we wanted to show how it works. The reasons for the shorter distance are to manage the trampling (we want some, but not too much) while ensuring that the cattle have lush forage in front of them at all times. We've found that no matter how much feed they're already standing in they'll rush to follow the fence and run right through a bunch of great feed in the process!