How should I get rid of moss in pastures?

Moss tends to thrive in damp, shaded areas. In addition, acidic soils and overgrazing of competitive grasses increases the chances of moss growth.
While there are chemicals such as ferrous ammonium sulfate or ferrous sulfate that can be applied to reduce and eliminate moss growth in pastures, they are expensive and may only temporarily solve the problem unless other pasture management techniques are implemented.
If the soil is extremely damp, you may want to try implementing a drainage system in …