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My Holiday Song To You

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  The Funnies  /  Comments Off on My Holiday Song To You

In honor of the season and all you do to help others, here’s my song to you.

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Thoughts and Lessons From Decades of Farming

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  Livestock  /  Comments Off on Thoughts and Lessons From Decades of Farming

I met Don and Betty Ashford in September of 2014 when I went to Louisiana to talk about how to train cows to eat weeds. Betty made Monkey Bread for me, I fed her and all the pasture walk participants cricket brownies and fried larvae, and the cows learned to eat horse nettle, teaweed/prickly sida, […]

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Learn From Greg Judy – One of On Pasture’s First Authors

By   /  December 24, 2018  /  Pasture Health  /  Comments Off on Learn From Greg Judy – One of On Pasture’s First Authors

Greg Judy was part of the original On Pasture think tank. As one of On Pasture’s Writers in Residence, he’s written plenty of articles over the almost six years we’ve been publishing, sharing his wealth of experience. You can read all of his articles, starting with the most recent, by clicking here. Two Search Tips […]

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Good Grazing Management Brings an Ecosystem Back to Life

By   /  December 17, 2018  /  Grazing Management, NRCS  /  3 Comments

“This is so much more than just stewardship of the land. It’s about modeling the behaviors that we all should have, whether we’re a homeowner in town, a 10-acre ranchette, or a 10,000 acre ranch.” – Tanse Herrmann, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service When Gary and Amy Cammack purchased 927 acres of rangeland in 1984, it […]

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Livestock Basics

By   /  December 17, 2018  /  Livestock  /  2 Comments

While Matthew focuses on cattle in his look at the basics, the questions he poses and what they need are right on for all classes of livestock.

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