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New Ideas to Solve Old Problems

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  Consider This  /  5 Comments

John Marble, another of On Pasture’s Writers in Residence, has been writing for On Pasture for a little over two years. He focuses on helping us take a new look at things we might take for granted. Examples include his thoughts on paddock design and moving livestock, and his article “From Minimal To Mob – […]

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How to Find Articles to Read While On Pasture is On Break

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  The Scoop  /  Comments Off on How to Find Articles to Read While On Pasture is On Break

It’s an On Pasture tradition that we take time off at the end of every year to spend  some time with our families. This year we’re off December 24 – January 7. We’ll be back on January 8 with lots more great articles for you! But we never leave you without something good to read! […]

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Clearing Your Plate For a Fresh New Year

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  1 Comment

It’s that time of year when we think about what’s been going well, and give thanks for that, and then what we could do to make the new year even better. From December of 2015, Here is Chris Blanchard’s list of things he’s going to clear off his plate so he can start fresh in […]

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Working With Grazing Charts to Manage Grazing and Have Time For the Rest of Your Life

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  Grazing Management  /  1 Comment

While On Pasture is on winter break, we’re sharing resources that you might find helpful. Recently we’ve made some handouts that you can download for free and then copy and share at workshops, conferences and other events. This one covers the ins and outs of using a grazing chart to plan your grazing so that […]

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Building a Beef Business – Lessons Learned

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  Money Matters  /  1 Comment

Meg Grzeskiewicz has always wanted to be a rancher. But getting there without a family farm to start from means she’s facing challenges that many new farmers and ranchers face: how to develop the skills and how to find a land base to work from. She’s taken these challenges head on, starting first with getting […]

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