http://paddockparadise.wetpaint.com/page/Paddock+Paradise+Videos http://infinityrun.com/ http://wildhooves.wordpress.com/category/lauren-cartwrights-missouri-paradise/ My landlord got a letter from my counties Public Health and Social Services Dept stating they had received a call from citizen concerned about livestock-keeping practices - concern of over-grazing and muddy conditions might allow manure-laden water to run-off the property and into drainages that flow to Henderson Inlet. Their finding was: Beginning to become overgrazed and muddy but not yet a violation. Provided a flyer on pasture management. I was talking to my barefoot trimmer who's coming on Sunday and she was telling me about Pasture Paradise and told me to go Google it. She summerized it by saying to add fencing to my existing fencing by creating a big U or D 15-20' in that then forces the horses to the outside preserving the inside pasture to grow in the winter. Creating feeding/watering areas in various places to keep the horses moving. Adding rocks/gravel in areas to maintain healthy hooves. My current set-up is 3 acres that is cross fenced with hotwire. The upper pasture where the horses are currently is 2 acres and stays a little more dry normally. (it has been a really wet winter in the Pacific NW). The lower pasture has a lot of standing water in it late fall through spring. When that pasture dries out, I move the horses (TWH & mini pony) to it and seed the upper pasture. Anyone practicing Pasture/Paddock Paradise or know of anyone doing it? Anyone's thoughts or experiences?