Why choose us to assist you in your grazing planning?

Get insight from MaiaGrazing client Pat Thompson from Durham Bison Ranch.

We chose MaiaGrazing to help streamline the grazing planning process and to have a platform that everyone could look at wherever they were. That was just a small bit of what we got. This program is a great tool for tracking rainfall to help predict grass growth. Fantastic for analyzing the history or your grazes and what you have taken from a pasture and what you have left. Before I was doing the planning and recording on Excel which could be cumbersome at times and wasn’t as user-friendly to go back and look at your history and recognize detrimental grazing patterns. The company has continuously added features to the program and are a joy to work with. One of the best investments we have made. I would recommend this program to anyone who wants to get serious about their grazing planning, record keeping, and getting good usable information from all that data. I have already recommended the program to several people and would not hesitate to tell anyone to start using this program.”

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