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Soil Health is a Deep Subject

By   /  July 17, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Soil Health is a Deep Subject

Ray Weil, who literally wrote the book on soils says “Think deeper.” These short videos show why what’s going on below the top 12 inches matters to you.

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Turning Soil-Poor Cropland Into Healthy, Profitable Pasture

By   /  July 10, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  3 Comments

We first shared this video from the Capital Resource Conservation District’s “Soil Health Project,” in July of 2015. In it, Russ Wilson talks about the challenges he faced when he bought a former crop farm that he wanted to use for multi-species grazing. With poor soil, he could barely grow feed for his livestock. But […]

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Fourteen-Foot Long Roots – That’s What Great Grass Farmers Grow!

By   /  July 3, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Fourteen-Foot Long Roots – That’s What Great Grass Farmers Grow!

We shared this article the first time in November of 2015. What I think we all love about it is getting to see what’s going on underground with the plants that are growing in our pastures. Enjoy! If you go to enough workshops about grazing, you’re bound to see an illustration that shows how biting off the […]

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A Calculator for Marginal Calf Weight Values

By   /  June 26, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  7 Comments

When you’re raising calves for sale, how do you know if you should feed that supplement, spend time and money on pasture improvements, or make other investments to increase weaning weights? Well, you do a little math. Here’s a calculator that can help!

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Get a Better Grip on Soil Health in Just 5 Minutes

By   /  June 19, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Get a Better Grip on Soil Health in Just 5 Minutes

This article, along with the “Soil Health in a Minute” videos, was first published in June of 2014. We know you’ll enjoy them! As an animal science major at Cornell in the 1980’s, I took a course in soils. I’m not sure if it was the subject matter or the professor, but I just couldn’t […]

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