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Thinking Outside the Box Can Be Fun and Profitable

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One of the easiest things to do on the farm is to get in a pattern of doing things the same way. Thi
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Greg and Jan Judy of Clark, Missouri run a grazing operation on 1400 acres of leased land that includes 11 farms. Their successful custom grazing business is founded on holistic, high-density, planned grazing. They run cows, cow/calf pairs, bred heifers, stockers, a hair sheep flock, a goat herd, and Tamworth pigs. They also direct market grass-fed beef, lamb and pork. Greg's popularity as a speaker and author comes from his willingness to describe how anyone can use his grazing techniques to create lush forage, a sustainable environment and a successful business.

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  1. Another awesome idea! A reason, in addition to the ones you outline here, for me is that i’m tired of constantly repairing deer damage to the permanent wire fencing. I hesitate to pull out all the fences to be putting up temporary all the time, but if i put the time spent doing that vs repairing existing fence, i suspect it will be similar in time and effort. I plan to find a place to ease into this no permanent idea on a small scale. For now, i’m in an EQIP fencing scheme, so wouldn’t be prudent to remove them just yet. Cheers!

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