The dates of planned moves in PastureMap are set by the planned grazing days. This ensures that the dates of your planned moves adjust properly in case your actual move times do not match your planned dates. For example, suppose you have a herd that moved into Pasture A five days ago with 8 planned grazing days. If you add a planned move for this herd into Pasture B, the date of the next planned move will be set to three days from now. If you want to move into Pasture B one day later, say 4 days from now, you will need to change the planned grazing days for Pasture A to 9 planned grazing days.

If the herd is currently grazing and you want to change the date of the next planned move:

  1. Click on the herd on the map. Click on the pasture that it's currently grazing.

2. Click on "View grazing records"

3. Click on the arrow next to the current move in record.

4. Click on the pencil icon to edit the move in record

5. Change the planned grazing days. Increasing this number will cause the next planned move to be later in the future. Decreasing this will cause the next planned. move to be earlier.

If you want to adjust the planned move date for a future planned move that is not the next pasture a herd is going to move to:

  1. Click on a herd (see step 1 above). Click on the pencil icon next to the planned move prior to the planned move you want to edit.

2. Edit the Planned Grazing Days. Increasing this number will cause the next planned move to be later in the future. Decreasing this will cause the next planned. move to be earlier.

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