Sustainable Grazing Tactics of the Pastoralists of Ngorinadmin
Due to the effects of climate change on the Pastoralists brought by high temperature and hash weather conditions with the appearance of strange plants on pastoral land which is not consumed by cattle and thus reducing the land available for grazing, the drying up of streams and rivers, increase cattle and human diseases. The Pastoralists has adopted other means of grazing which is carrying their cattle to the valleys for transhumance during the dry season and back to the hills during the raining season. They also stock dry grass to feed weak animals during the dry season. The Pastoralists also build fences around water sheds to prevent animals there and plant water preserving trees to avert the drying up of streams and rivers. They also keep other small animals like sheep and goats and to a lesser extend chicken. The Pastoralists has also engaged in small scale farming and gardening.