Once the preserve of a keen eye or a graduated stick (or simply markings on a Wellington boot), measuring and recording grass volume and growth has gone high-tech with plate meters and ultrasonic sensors. While technophobes may want to stick with experience, intuition or hand-written records, the new devices are designed for those prepared to embrace technology to gain a more comprehensive and accurate picture of grazing resources. The simplest systems provide readings for hand recording. The more advanced ones […]