We’ve Got a New Article Category!

On Pasture is starting 2017 with a new article category: The Classic by NatGLC.  For those of you who get the Tuesday email announcing the new articles for the week, you’ll recognize this as “The On Pasture Classic.” We started sharing these articles because our readership has grown by leaps and bounds, from about 10,000 readers a month in 2013 to the 90,000 that stop by every month now, and we wanted to make sure that our new readers could find the oldies but goodies. Now, thanks to the National Grazing Lands Coalition, it’s becoming a regular part of On Pasture.

If you recognize NatGLC it’s because we worked with them in 2016 to get almost a year’s worth of articles to you on grazing management, soil health and water quality and the benefits of all of those things to your bottom line. Any article where you saw their logo was a direct result of their support of On Pasture.


If you want to get an email telling you what articles are up on Tuesday’s, click here to add your email and name. We love to know your state or country too so that we can make sure we’re covering the information you need.

The thing is, not all our readers are on our weekly email list. So some of you were missing “The Classic.” Since NatGLC is devoted to providing high quality technical assistance graziers and increasing awareness of the importance of grazing land resources, they thought that creating and supporting “The Classic” as a category would be a great way of helping the farmers and ranchers they serve. So there you have it: two organizations working together to make something good happen for you.

On Pasture articles happen every week thanks to support of organizations like NatGLC and others listed here, as well as authors who share their experience, and readers, and advertisers who send in support. As we start the new year we want to thank everyone who helps make the On Pasture Community a great place to share, learn and grow together. We couldn’t do it without you!

Thanks!

Kathy and Rachel

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