Raking hay the Tyrolian way, Bozen Italy, This is how it must be done on the steep slopes of the Dolomite Mountains of South Tyrol, Italy. European pastoralists keeping the old ways alive.
Transhumance, never heard of it, have you? Well it is as old as the agricultural hills; Transhumant Systems is the movement of stock from wintering ranges in the valleys to summer ranges in the mountains, often with a deeded property home base. This is science speak, for the worlds pastoralism for places like Switzerland, France, Pakistan, Argentina, India, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan etc. Many livestock producers around the world have a farm or ranch but graze their stock on public lands nearby