There was no erosion in the newly-planted pasture, even on the back slope that always washes. We got about a quarter-inch of rain, which is perfect for getting the seedlings started. Now if the grass and clover get up and growing before the next downpour, the little plants will help prevent erosion.
Since I was out there anyhow, I figured I'd better swing by Babe. I'll be checking her mornings and evenings until her calf shows up, and for the first week or so after it's born, to make sure it hasn't fallen in a ditch or gotten under the electric fence.