Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  The Scoop  >  Current Article

OP “How-To” ebooks – What Do You Want to See?

By   /  May 4, 2020  /  Comments Off on OP “How-To” ebooks – What Do You Want to See?

    Print       Email

Last week we published our very first On Pasture ebook and we’re really pleased with it. “Drought Planning 101” is your guide to planning for resilience. Since drought is always waiting in the wings, and planning for it is the only way to make it through successfully, we thought it was a great way to kick off this new On Pasture program.

What are On Pasture ebooks?

Ebooks are curated collections of articles from the On Pasture archive. We keep them to about 15 pages, because your time is limited and valuable, and we focus on what you need to know. We update them and add tips and suggestions for adapting ideas to your location. The point, like everything we do at On Pasture, is to sort through the noise and give you just what you need to enhance your operation’s success.

You’ll find ebooks and other great information in the Bonus Content section. It’s a service we provide to paying subscribers to thank them for their support. As part of the On Pasture community, we think you deserve a little extra!

What’s coming next?

We have several new ebooks in the works including how to build or expand your operation by leasing land, how to create your own grazing plan, and something that’s important to everyone this time of year – fly control.

You can also tell us what you want to see next. With over 2,500 articles in our archives, we have a lot of material to draw on and we want to be sure we’re covering the topics you’re most interested in. Send us your suggestions, questions, or ideas. We rely on the On Pasture community to help us make sure we’re doing the best we can for everyone.

Thanks for feeding us all, and for reading!

Kathy

P.S. If you haven’t had a chance to subscribe, here’s a button. 🙂

    Print       Email

About the author

Publisher, Editor and Author

Kathy worked with the Bureau of Land Management for 12 years before founding Livestock for Landscapes in 2004. Her twelve years at the agency allowed her to pursue her goal of helping communities find ways to live profitably AND sustainably in their environment. She has been researching and working with livestock as a land management tool for over a decade. When she's not helping farmers, ranchers and land managers on-site, she writes articles, and books, and edits videos to help others turn their livestock into landscape managers.

You might also like...

When the Fire Came – A Rancher Works Through Oregon’s Holiday Farm Fire

Read More →