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Transitioning from Confinement to Pastured Dairy – One Farm’s Process

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This is the first of a series of articles about the transition to grazing for Jonathan and Maryann C
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About the author

Cheryl Cesario is a Grazing Outreach Specialist with the University of Vermont Extension in Middlebury. She works with dairy, beef, and other livestock farmers to get the most out their pastures - balancing the needs of the animals, plants and people. She and her husband Marc graze beef cows and dairy heifers at their farm Meeting Place Pastures in Cornwall, VT.

2 Comments

  1. Tom says:

    An inspiration to us all in the farming community. Keep up the good work Maryann and Jonathan. Also when can i visit? Activities I would like to partake in are; mudding, milking, tubing, fighting,running,laughing. Also can i come play star wars battlefront II?

  2. Curt Gesch says:

    Thank you for this article. I think that there are many people whose cattle are confined for a large part of the year who will benefit from hearing about this process. cg

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