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Mob Grazing to Meet Profit and Forage and Soil Health Goals

On Pasture's New Year's Resolution is to help you develop a business vision and goals that ensure a happy, healthy life, and a grazing...

Mob Grazing in the Winter – A Good Time to Start

We began using MG way back in the early 90′s during the winter with stockpiled fescue on rented farms. Each year we came to...

Mob Grazing in South Dakota Ten Months of the Year

Charlie and Tanya Totten rent 4,000 acres of flat, fertile pasture land and rocky river breaks near Chamberlain, South Dakota. In this video he...

Mob Grazing On Large Landscapes (2700 acres large!)

Jay and Krista Reiser share their experience adapting mob grazing to their 2700 acre ranch in North Dakota.

Is Mob Grazing as Effective as We Thought?

At the American Forage and Grassland Council’s annual meeting in Roanoke, Virginia, this past January, I was asked to summarize and present the scientific...

Mob Grazing With Richard Smith

Are you tired of hanging around the house this winter? Are you dreaming of spring and the new grazing season? In that case, you'll...

Mob Grazing – Definition, Benefits, Drawbacks and Implementation

Anders Gurda created this set of videos as part of his graduate-thesis work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. They answer the questions we all have...

How Mob Grazing Works for Dairies in the Northeast

Dairy farmers wanted to know how to implement this practice on their farms the authors took on the task of checking out how it works for farmers using it in Pennsylvania and New York.

Mob-Grazing on Large Landscapes – What You Might Expect

Jay and Krista Reiser were considering taking over a 2700 acre North Dakota ranch they knew they were facing some problems. First, their financial...

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What I Learned After 12 Years of Using Grazing Charts

Three weeks ago, I got a lesson in context when I helped my dad into an ambulance because a sudden stomach bug left him...

Bale Grazing Advice From Ranchers to Save Money, Improve Soil and Forage, and Have a Better Life

Why bale graze? To save money. One of the ranchers interviewed here says it costs him 14¢ per head per day to haul hay...

Grazing In The Sweet Spot

Grazing in the Sweet Spot is a phrase I have been using for over a decade. Until the last few years I have only...

Which Kind of Grazing is Right for You?

There are so many different names for different kinds of grazing management that sometimes it gets a little confusing. So, to help you pick...

One Grazier’s Experience With Ultra-High Stock Density Grazing

Increasing the density of animals on a piece of pasture changes grazing behavior, and is one tool graziers can use to meet certain vegetation...

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