Livestock grazing can be managed to protect, and even improve, the health of the soil, forages, and animals. Rotational grazing and high-intensity grazing are steps toward a regenerative grazing system that improves soil function to the extent that no outside inputs are required while maintaining or even increasing grass production. Tools such as fencing, grazing calculators, and grazing plans can all help in developing and implementing a regenerative grazing system on pasture, rangeland, or integrated with crops.