Grazing is a critical resource in a pastoral community conservancy and a unifying factor that determines whether the landowners, neighboring community, tourism investors, tourists and conservationists are in harmony or conflict.
Ultimately, grazing management determines whether a conservancy has diverse and abundant wildlife populations and provides a great wildlife experience to the conservancy’s visitors.
Cattle and grazing management take up a huge amount of management time and resources and divert it away from other areas such as wildlife and habitat management. As cattle are so central to the Maasai way of life it is important that we incorporate them where we can. The ability to graze the grass with control on the Landowners side as well as management. Night grazing and illegal grazing has reduced. Red oat grass has increased with the other grasses that cows don't eat decreasing.