The Pilgrims never would have made it, and we wouldn’t even be celebrating Thanksgiving, if not for the mentoring of Native Americans who told them how to grow food. That’s why we thought it was a good week to share this story about mentoring success from our November 2015 issue. Grazing isn’t a big thing […]
This article comes to us from Ann Perry and the Agricultural Research Service’s Ag Research Journal. It was originally published in the May/June issue of 2011. Every year, a hefty dairy cow tucked away in a snug barn produces more than 20,000 pounds of milk, along with an impressive amount of manure and an array […]
Thanks to PennState Extension for this story! Mike Yezzi from Flying Pigs Farm shared his pastured pig production system at this year’s Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture conference. After Mike and his wife, Jen Small, bought their farm in 2000, they drove out to a local breeder to buy piglets with a handmade wire cage […]
Rachel just figured out what a fitness class has to do with keeping your farm or ranch going.
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