Animal dietary analysis
The green bar down the centre of this graph shows the daily animal requirements of each of the elements measured. The only one I'm particularly concerned about is the extremely low Sodium, but that's explained in our pastures by the dominance of kikuyu (which does not take up Sodium). We provide regular access to salt blocks. Sodium is about the only thing a salt lick will provide in sufficient quantity to address a deficiency.
Soil types can differ within quite small distances within the same paddock. I have not identified the clay type, but its colour and consistency changes here within a matter of a few metres. The topsoil l evel is not very deep, but the colonising grasses will be changing the
nature of the soil and adding organic matter. Undeveloped soils at the back of our farm allow regenerating scrub to do well enough, but will take some careful work to
enhance the soil's ability to host decent pasture.