Hi again. My place has about 30 acres of pastures/fields, that up until I moved in 5 years ago had not had any animals that I know of for about 40-50 years...as such, I don't think much was ever done to improve the quality or yield of grass. Winter is fast approaching, but now that I have a ever increasing amount of animals that need to graze, what can I do to improve for next season, or is it too late already? I am thinking that, getting a soil test done, and spreading loads of lime (which I think it needs), will offer some benefits? but will it be enought o justifu the cost? In future years, what is the best stratgey for continually improving the fields? I'd prefer not to use any chemical solutions. Thanks.