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Aging Farmers and Ranchers – Another Part of the Story

I've lost count of the numbers of articles I've read about the aging farmer population and how this affects agriculture's future. But none of...

Here’s What Short Grazing Does to Spring Regrowth

As you walk or drive your ATV around your pastures, you may notice differences in plant growth. The reasons for those differences can vary...

Modern Methods for Forage Improvement

A few weeks ago we introduced Robert E. Williams and his piece in the Journal of Range Management about best grazing management practices. Though...

A Grazing Chart for Pastured Broilers

  My family and I operate Wrong Direction Farm in Upstate New York. We sell our pasture raised chicken, turkey and grass fed beef directly...

Year-Round Grazing Paradise (or at least moving towards that)

Don’t you sometimes wish it was spring year-round? As I write this, snow is coming down towards the tail-end of February, and it feels like...

When your plants talk, listen!

"Ouch," says the once tall range plant that was just bitten off for the fifteenth time. It says, "If you don't stop, I'm going...

Greg Judy has answers for your fence charger questions!

As we're heading into grazing season, fence chargers are on our minds. So, here's Greg Judy with a video on fence chargers and how...

How much feed can Honey Locust add to your stockpile?

“The tree grows in a Bermuda pasture and is always loaded in the fall with luscious fruit. The cows and hogs stand under it,...

Impacts of Fall and Winter Grazing on Spring Regrowth

It might be early February, but I’m already thinking about new spring forage growth and I guarantee the livestock are too. In the past,...

Collect More Sunshine to Grow More Grass

ALERT: It's science time again and we're going to show you what you need to know to use your livestock to manage your pasture solar collectors so they're always catching the maximum amount of sunlight.

Honey Locust – King of Stockpiles

Do you know how much forage you have stockpiled for this winter? What would you do with 2,000 extra pounds of high-energy, self-harvested feed per...

How to Graze During the Dormant Season (Summer or Fall)

Whether it’s fair or not, people seem to believe that northwest corner of America is a fairly unique place. Folks like to rave about...

If it’s so great, why don’t we see silvopasture everywhere?

I was at a pasture walk some time ago, when the farmer pointed to the few scraggly trees strewn throughout his paddocks. They were...

Using Trees as Forage

Spring and fall are wonderful times to be a grass farmer. The weather is pleasant, the livestock are fat and happy, and the forages...

On Spaghetti, Silvopasture and New Opportunities

When you think of Italian food, what pictures come to mind? Scrumptious spaghetti. Luscious lasagna. Perfect pizzas. What do they all have in common,...

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