In Finland, according to statistics from the Natural Resources Center (Luke), about 70 percent of Finnish cattle farms let graze their livestock. The last time this was investigated was in 2020. Dairy farms graze their animals a little more than other cattle farms. The average grazing season for dairy cows in Finland is just under five months, for other cattle almost six months. The share of farms grazing dairy cows has decreased over the last 10 years, while the share of farms grazing other cattle has increased.