OrganicValley726x88
Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  Articles by Greg Judy  -  Page 2
Latest

Mud Season Is Coming – How to Set Up Spring Grazing For Success All Year Long

By   /  March 4, 2019  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  2 Comments

From March of 2017, Greg Judy’s tips for transitioning through mud season to good grazing. In just a few weeks it will officially be Spring. It’s the time when we start seeing a tinge of green grass poking its baby head up. Middle of March is also the normal time to have tons of mud […]

Read More →
Latest

Shiitake Mushrooms Add Value to Silvopasture

By   /  February 18, 2019  /  Money Matters  /  Comments Off on Shiitake Mushrooms Add Value to Silvopasture

Note from Kathy: In April of 2018 I visited Greg and Jan Judy at Green Pastures farm. When I arrived, Greg was in the middle of inoculating logs with Shiitake mushroom mycelium, and he explained the process and the adjustments they’d made to their operation as it has grown. Check out Greg’s video here, as […]

Read More →
Latest

Soil Fertility and Good Feed – That’s Why Greg Judy Unrolls Hay

By   /  January 14, 2019  /  Consider This  /  6 Comments

Back in 1999 when we first started leasing idle land for grazing that needed serious fertility, I designed my first bale unroller. We had all these old farms that had been stripped of their fertility by folks continuously haying them every year without putting back any nutrients. We did not have any money to fertilize […]

Read More →
Latest

Getting the Most Out of Internships – Tips for Interns and Mentors

By   /  November 12, 2018  /  Money Matters  /  Comments Off on Getting the Most Out of Internships – Tips for Interns and Mentors

With the average age of the American farmer holding around 59 years old in 2018, we need to look at who is going to farm in the future. There are young folks yearning to get on the land today, but the deck is stacked against them. The cost of buying land, equipment, livestock, etc. is […]

Read More →
Latest

Greg Judy’s Stockpiling and Grazing Advice for Kentucky 31 Fescue

By   /  October 15, 2018  /  Forage, Pasture Health  /  1 Comment

Here’s a 3:14 video from Greg Judy talking about Kentucky 31 fescue and red clover. He starts off saying, “It’s probably the best forage in Missouri, if you learn how to manage it, especially for winter grazing.” Some folks say that you can’t grow red clover with Kentucky 31 and that Kentucky 31 crowds it […]

Read More →
OrganicValley726x88