Welcome to the On Pasture Virtual Grazing Conference!
One of the great things about going to a grazing conference is that getting out of your regular routine shakes up your brain so you think more creatively and come up with some really great solutions. And while I can’t invite you to an in-person event, I can put together some really great articles that I hope will do some shaking up for you.
I think the series of articles I’ve put together for this “conference” are some of the best work we produced at On Pasture. They’re not about the usual “doing” kind of stuff. They’re about the thinking stuff that, if we do it, can result in more successful businesses and lives. I hope they help you imagine and build a grazing life and business that makes you truly happy. After all, that’s the only reason I created On Pasture in the first place.
Let’s welcome John Marble and Troy Bishopp. Both have something in common with many On Pasture readers. They expanded their grazing operations by renting pastures and grazing more cattle. But now, they’re rethinking all the busyness that came with their expansion.
This Week’s Breakout Sessions
Join Troy for a discussion about how a major life event changed how he thinks about his grazing decisions. I think his experiences and ideas will resonate with you.
Time, and the limited amount we all have, is at the root of John Marble’s thoughts about changes he is making to his grazing business. In addition to talking about why he’s changing, he offers some ideas for next steps that you’ll find useful as well.
Take a break with the funnies!
In Week Two, Jenn Colby and Troy Bishopp talk us through how they got to their “vision” of their businesses and we’ll give you some resources to help you do the same.
And in Week Three, we finish off with some examples and input from farmers and ranchers who took the next step: working on goals that get you where you want to be.
And if you don’t want to attend this session of the virtual conference, just head over to the rest of the On Pasture library. Here’s how to find what you might be looking for: