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Get Rid of Bio-Film and Clean Lines, Tanks and Floats With the Easy “Slug Method”

By   /  September 21, 2020  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  No Comments

From 2018, here’s a great way to keep water troughs clean and working well. Oregon is a funny place. We recently changed our State bird from the Meadow Lark to the Osprey, mostly because several other States were claiming the Meadow Lark, and Oregon likes being….unique. Some would say bizarre. Our State Flower is called […]

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A Very Helpful Grazing Systems Planning Guide

By   /  September 14, 2020  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  No Comments

From our September 2014 issue, here’s a guide that is still very valuable. Pictures and simple tables – that’s what I like in a book, especially if they illustrate what the author is trying to explain in a way that cuts to the chase. If you like that too, you’ll really appreciate this Grazing Systems […]

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Livestock Combine With Cover Crops to Build Soil Health

By   /  September 7, 2020  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  No Comments

From January of 2017, here’s why livestock are an important part of cover cropping.

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Electrified High-Tensile Woven Wire Is a Great Option

By   /  August 31, 2020  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  3 Comments

From August of 2013, here’s how a grazier in Vermont dealt with fencing for her growing herd of sheep and cattle. How is it that flocks and herds can grow so fast? Ten ewes turned into 20 and starting with one steer we suddenly find ourselves with 15 head! Well, okay, it wasn’t that sudden, […]

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Winter Strip Grazing – Determining Strip Size

By   /  August 24, 2020  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  No Comments

Here are the ins and outs and the math for figuring out how big each strip should be to feed your cattle and make best use of your stockpile. It comes to us from our November 2014 issue of On Pasture. We reconfigured our farm’s permanent, hi-tensile fence to better allow the use of portable […]

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