On Pasture On Vacation – Here’s What to Read

It’s the annual Summer Break at On Pasture. Kathy is out of the office through September 10.

As you read this, I’m somewhere camping next to a lake, maybe going for a paddle in my kayak, and definitely enjoying a little R&R. It’s the first time since March of 2020, and I’m pretty happy about it.

Since I’m on vacation and haven’t given you anything new to read, it’s a great chance to catch up with your On Pasture reading. If you head over to the home page, you’ll be able to scroll down and find links to eight weeks of articles in all the regular categories. Or, browse all the categories. I linked them here to get you started:

Grazing Management, Pasture Health, Livestock, Money Matters and Consider This.

We also have two, new, more in-depth article categories for you:

The Grazier’s Focus for the Month

This is an in depth look at a timely topic. We started in July with Pinkeye and Fly Management Made Easier. It includes a downloadable ebook with all the best and latest information. Subscribe to get it free! For August we looked at Stockpiling to Extend the Grazing Season. This month, you’ll find ideas about how to talk to neighbors when you’re interested in graze their cover crops or crop residue.

The Thinking Grazier

Here, we go beyond the hows and how-tos of grazing to focus on developing our skills as problem solvers. It’s not about “what” to think, but about “how” to think, how to develop your observational skills, and how to apply what you learn so you can adapt principles and practices to create a successful operation and personal life. We’ve only got two in this category so far. You can read them both here.

Grazing 101 ebook

Finally, if you haven’t downloaded your free Grazing 101 ebook, this week is a good one to do that. In addition to great information, it comes with a 25% off coupon for an On Pasture subscription.

Enjoy the week and thanks for reading!

Kathy

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