In pastures, part of the grass is not eaten by the cattle: the trampled, spoiled or smelly vegetation. These “remains” are wasted as forage and they probably will for the whole season, as they will never be eaten by the cattle. They are also detrimental to the grass quality and to the meadow profitability.
It would then be a good thing to mow them so that your pasture can quickly and evenly grow again. In this way, they won't end up in the silage, the forage will have a better quality and will also better be digested by the cattle (between 0.5 and 1 extra kg dry matter absorbed per cow), leading to lower needs in concentrates.
Discover how the Joskin rotary pasture toppers help to protect the vegetation against weed and parasites. As you can see, it only brings on advantages for the livestock breeder.
More technical arguments are also in favour of the pasture topper: easily adjustable cutting height, sturdiness, reliability and limited maintenance.