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It’s well established that rotational grazing, correctly managed, increases the organic matter in soil significantly. This in turns means that the soil holds more moisture. These facts have been measured with soil thermometers and moisture meters. Now satellite data allows us to measure effects of soil moisture on a large scale.
The article linked here says that the data suggests that grazing and other farming practice that build soil on a large scale will not only increase drought resiliency but also increase rainfall.