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A Start-Up Grazier Shares Lessons Learned

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Welcome new On Pasture author Chad Fisher! This is a first in what will become a longer series descr
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About the author

Chad and Emily, with their daughters Anna and Clara, are relatively new cattle grazers in Chillicothe, Missouri. In the past three years they have been in the process of transitioning their farm from a traditional grazing operation to one which focuses on holistic and regenerative practices. Chad and Emily both have 17 plus years of experience in Environmental Consulting and Remediation but three years ago Chad left that industry and is now in the seed business. His focus there primarily is on soil health, livestock forage and cover crops as he learns more about corn and soybeans.


  1. Joyce Wigfield Saulsbury says:

    So proud of you kids working the farm. I know Uncle Bill would be too. Looking forward to more articles.

  2. Great story, Chad. Well done – looking forward to learning more about your experiences and continued financial and regenerative successes. Cheers!

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