We are experimenting. We've rotated some of our field traditionally and some others using the intensive grazing method. So far, so good. The field we've intense grazed have recovered quicker then the traditional method. By the end of 2016 our data should be sufficient enough for us to make a decision on a full intensive system or a sort of hybrid type.
Be patient. If you've farmed long enough you know that nothing in this industry happens overnight. . .
Here ( SW USA and N Mex ) I consider high intensity as the same as flash, blast....and my term Scorched Earth grazing.
Hit it Hard ( 500,000 to 1,000,0000 lbs of grazers per Acre ).
blast off to bout 1 to 4" growth left and move em on.
then Mother Nature produces bout 25% to 1/3 more forage the next year if left till next year ( depends on Your Country ).
the really Good High Country in the SW will run bout 1 cow calf pair to 1/2 to 1 acre anyway. the problem is not feed so much as how far to Water so they can drink every day or 3 ( depends on the type of cattle your running ).
some phenotypes of Cows only come in for water every 2 or 3 days ( genetics is a Big Deal Truly, MO )