The transhumance case studies give an impression of what work and life of practitioners look like. The case studies give an insight into the development of a specific practice and the practitioners’ main experiences, entrepreneurial decisions, and ideas for further development. Some practitioners carry on a family tradition of several generations, others have recently established their business. In all cases, practitioners combine tradition and innovation. The case studies show a broad range of ways to carry out transhumance; however, transhumance is much more diverse than can be covered by a selection of cases. You will find examples of ‘typical’ transhumance – in the plains and in the mountains. We also provide cases that – according to the TRANSFARM definition – are not considered transhumance since practitioners do not accompany the livestock. These cases are included to give additional inspiration.