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We’re Stockpiling Now for Winter Grazing at Green Pastures Farm

By   /  August 5, 2019  /  Grazing Management, Planning  /  Comments Off on We’re Stockpiling Now for Winter Grazing at Green Pastures Farm

We have 70 days left until our average killing frost date. That means we’re starting to stockpile now to extend our grazing season, allowing pastures to grow so we won’t have to feed hay this winter. For most folks winter feeding is their largest expense and can be the difference between making a profit or […]

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Greg Judy IDs Grasses and Legumes in His Pastures

By   /  June 3, 2019  /  Forage, NRCS, Pasture Health  /  1 Comment

Folks like to know what I grow in my pastures – and it’s what’s in a lot of your pastures too. So here’s a video that shows what I’ve got and why I like it. (Again, there’s a bit of wind in the video, so I apologize.) Kathy added some pictures of these grasses to […]

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Greg Judy Talks Electric Fencing and Gates for Sheep and Cattle

By   /  May 27, 2019  /  Fencing, Grazing Management  /  2 Comments

While Greg designed these fences to keep goats, sheep and guardian dogs in, they work for his cattle too. See what he’s using and consider how you’d adapt it to your operation.

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Three Things You Can Do Starting Now to Be More Profitable

By   /  May 20, 2019  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Three Things You Can Do Starting Now to Be More Profitable

When Greg Judy wrote this in February of 2017, farmers and ranchers were reeling from the ups and downs of the market from the previous couple years. It seems that some things never change, so here’s Greg’s advice once more for ways you can survive no matter the ups and downs. There has been quite […]

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Surviving the Naysayers – Part 2 of Thinking Outside the Box

By   /  April 29, 2019  /  Consider This, Grazing Management, Planning  /  1 Comment

Greg has spent a lot of time thinking and working outside the box. Last week he shared ideas on how you can do it to. This week, he talks about surviving the folks who will laugh at you for stepping out. I’ve watched farmers do the same thing for 40-50 years and all they do […]

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