Grazing livestock can run roughly $250-750 per acre per year, according to the ASGA, depending on region, topography and size (and excluding perimeter maintenance). Shepherds typically bring sheep to arrays for seasonal stretches and manage their grazing areas within the sites using movable fencing. Providing habitat for honey-producing bees and other pollinators on solar sites is another form of agrivoltaics, and livestock can graze on the same sites that provide pollinator habitat as well.

Source: Sheep, ag and sun: Agrivoltaics propel significant reductions in solar maintenance costs | Utility Dive