Hasnolocks and the Three Pastures – a Parable About How Graziers Change

Darrell Emmick, retired NRCS grazing specialist, shared this piece with us back in May of 2014. It describes both good grazing management - the kind that reduces inputs, increases profits, and could h

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One thought on “Hasnolocks and the Three Pastures – a Parable About How Graziers Change

  1. Thanks for reprinting this. I think the little parabolic tale probably speaks just as clearly as fifty analytic studies. (OK, maybe 37 studies.)

    Aside: There are times when people may let a field grow to maturity and then let the cows wander through, biting here are there for reasons that are not economic. They may, for example, have set aside that field for ground-nesting bird cover for the spring/early summer.

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