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My First Wonderful Lease Part 2

By   /  March 20, 2017  /  Leasing Pasture, Money Matters  /  Comments Off on My First Wonderful Lease Part 2

In his book “No Risk Ranching” Greg Judy describes how he went from liquidating his cow herd and almost losing the family farm, to paying off the farm and home loan in three years by custom grazing on leased land. Since then, Greg has been traveling the country telling folks how to grow a successful […]

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My First Wonderful Lease – Part 1

By   /  March 13, 2017  /  Leasing Pasture, Money Matters  /  2 Comments

In his book “No Risk Ranching” Greg Judy describes how he went from liquidating his cow herd and almost losing the family farm, to paying off the farm and home loan in three years by custom grazing on leased land. If you know Greg’s name, it’s because he has become an evangelist for growing a […]

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Tips For Staying Profitable In A Depressed Livestock Market

By   /  February 13, 2017  /  Marketing, Money Matters  /  9 Comments

There has been quite a price change in the livestock world in the last two years. There has never been a time in recent history that cattle prices crashed as quickly as they did in the fall of 2015. Historically high prices were being paid for anything that looked like a cow. The new normal […]

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A Spring Visit With Greg Judy at Green Pastures Farm

By   /  May 12, 2014  /  Grazing Management  /  1 Comment

Greg Judy’s cattle are out and grazing in Missouri.  So here’s a quick trip down there to see what he’s up to and hear a couple spring grazing pointers. And here’s the link for you tablet folks.

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A Fall Visit to Greg and Jan Judy’s Green Pastures Farm

By   /  November 18, 2013  /  Pasture Health  /  Comments Off on A Fall Visit to Greg and Jan Judy’s Green Pastures Farm

After a 6 month drought, you’d think that Greg might be a little down about his winter grazing prospects, and you’d be wrong.  He’s found that managing his animals as one big herd is especially beneficial during drought.  In addition, by taking just the tops of the plants, and leaving plenty of “solar collectors” behind, […]

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