|Type||Rancher Case Study|
|# of head of cattle||700|
|Reference||Aguirre C. and J. Hoth, 2008. Mejores prácticas ganaderas para la conservación y uso sustentable del pastizal en el Desierto Chihuahuense. The Nature Conservancy. 14 pp. (Unpublished).|
|Date modified||June 2013|
Totonilquillo Ranch, located in Cuencamé in Mexico, is dedicated to enhancing native grassland health and productivity. The ranch participates in a grassland improvement program that rehabilitates degraded areas through soil conservation and the planting of native shrubs and grass species.
The ranch employs a rotational grazing scheme that uses paddock systems in order to allow rest periods for grasslands, so that it is not necessary to plant any tame pastures for supplemental feed.