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Linger Grazing Improves Your Pastures and Your Life

By   /  April 17, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Linger Grazing Improves Your Pastures and Your Life

Here’s what happens when we LINGER in our pastures a little longer. We can observe, learn what to do, and get more time with our friends and family too!

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I’m Sorry I Missed Your Drought Party

By   /  March 27, 2017  /  Forage, Pasture Health, Soil  /  2 Comments

The 2012 drought hit Troy Bishopp hard. So when 2016 rolled around showing all the same signs, he got to work on his drought plan. Here’s what he did that made him miss the drought party of 2016.

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Grazing Through January 1 – One Farmer’s Results

By   /  January 23, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Grazing Through January 1 – One Farmer’s Results

In 2015, Troy Bishopp took the On Pasture Community along for a look at winter grazing. Here’s the final chapter in that series. In it, Troy describes the results of making it through January 1, covering the economics, and benefits to the soil and the animals. (You can read whole series here.) Don’t forget that […]

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Get Started With Your New Grazing Chart

By   /  January 9, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Get Started With Your New Grazing Chart

This article was originally published in October of 2013. It’s got all the information you need to get started with your 2016 Grazing Charts. (Check out the link below to choose the one that’s right for you.) This question is certainly a good one because it’s the same one I pondered after receiving a free […]

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Troy Bishopp’s Free Grazing Chart Makes the Difference in Drought

By   /  January 2, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Troy Bishopp’s Free Grazing Chart Makes the Difference in Drought

Planning for all the grazing “What Ifs?” can be stressful. But with his grazing chart, Troy could easily track conditions on the ground so he could plan weeks ahead of when he actually needed to speed up or slow down his grazing rotation. It’s a great example of why you ought to check out his free grazing charts.

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