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Thank Your On Pasture Sponsors!

These organizations and companies help bring On Pasture to you every week. Join us in thanking and supporting them!

National Grazing Lands Coalition

Thanks for working with us on projects and for making the Classic possible
so that we can share past articles with all our new readers!

Jena & Michael King Family Foundation

Dedicated to supporting those people and practices that support healthy soils and that build economies which circle from the soil and back again.

Hand ‘n Hand Livestock Solutions

Richard McConnell and Tina Williams, livestock handling and marketing experts, have been with us almost since day one. You rock!

Organic Valley

They were once a start-up based on a crazy idea, just like On Pasture. So they’ve kicked in to make our crazy idea work for year’s to come. Thank you!

Shade Haven

Talk about outside the box ideas – these folks have a great one! They are the creators of a movable shade umbrella that takes rotational grazing to the next level. Check it out!

Green Pastures Farm

Owned and operated by Greg and Jan Judy, Green Pastures Farm is a tremendous example of innovative grazing and business management. The Judys share their secrets of success every year at a spring grazing school, and in On Pasture articles. We so glad they’re part of our community!

Bell Rule Genetics

One of our newest sponsors, they’ve been appearing in the right side bar sharing information about their grassfed genetics. Dean has been great to work with and we really appreciate their support!

Goats on the Go

This is a family business offering another avenue for getting into the growing prescribed goat grazing industry with a focus on specific areas of the country. You can see articles by Aaron Steele here.

Kings Agriseeds have been supporting On Pasture with advertising, as sponsors, and with articles. Genevieve Slocum of Kings Agriseeds has been a great resource for everything our readers need to know about pasture forages. You’ve helped our community grow!

And last, but not least, Shannon Hayes! Shannon donates some of her books, The Grassfed Gourmet and Long Way on a Little, as gifts to folks contributing to On Pasture. She does so much for so many! We really think you should stop by the family cafe, have a cup of coffee and a meal and tell her thanks!

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