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How the Wahl Family Manages for Healthier, More Productive Animals and a Better Bottom Line

By   /  October 8, 2018  /  Grazing Management, NRCS  /  No Comments

This is the first in a series about the grazing management changes the Wahl family has made and how it has improved soil health and increased animal productivity dramatically. It’s drawn from an article by Robert Hathorne with photos by Tracy Robillard, both of the Oregon Natural Resources Conservation Service. I’ve added the videos they […]

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Greg Judy’s Success Making it Through This Summer’s Drought

By   /  October 1, 2018  /  Grazing Management  /  No Comments

Hello From Green Pastures Farm! Things haven’t been so green this summer thanks to very little rainfall this past winter, spring and summer. But what you’ll see in this video is a lot of green grass. Why? As I describe in this video, we manage our pastures to get plenty of rest, and to leave […]

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Slugs for Solving Bio-Film Problems in Floats, Tanks and Pipes

By   /  September 17, 2018  /  Grazing Management, Water  /  No Comments

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 Oregon Grape, and of course, is not a grape at all. But it is […]

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Can You Be a Grazing Soothsayer?

By   /  September 10, 2018  /  Grazing Management, Planning  /  No Comments

Back in 2014/15, Troy Bishopp took us all along on his journey to extend his grazing season. He showed the good and the bad and all the planning that went with getting to 257 grazeable days on his New York state farm. This year he’s trying something different – and he’s going to show us all how it goes as he does it. Check this out!

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Phipps Livestock Uses Grazing to Solve Soil Health, Erosion and Weed Problems

By   /  September 3, 2018  /  Grazing Management, NRCS, Planning  /  1 Comment

Thanks to the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Montana for this article and video. Bryan and Chelsea Phipps are using their cattle as tools to improve soil health, reduce erosion and weeds, and harvest one of our planet’s greatest resources – sunlight – on their ranch near Brusett, Mont. This new management style has […]

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