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Calving While Moving With the Mob

By   /  April 6, 2020  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  1 Comment

From our April 2017 edition, here are some great tips for keeping cows and calves together even with daily moves. When the spring flush of grass kicks off with pastures exploding in growth, it can be difficult to keep up with new growth. Then you add in calving in the mob with frequent spring moves […]

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Surviving the Naysayers – Part 2 of Thinking Outside the Box

By   /  April 29, 2019  /  Consider This, Grazing Management, Planning  /  1 Comment

Greg has spent a lot of time thinking and working outside the box. Last week he shared ideas on how you can do it to. This week, he talks about surviving the folks who will laugh at you for stepping out. I’ve watched farmers do the same thing for 40-50 years and all they do […]

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Ian Mitchell-Innes Mob Grazing School

By   /  April 24, 2018  /    /  No Comments

Ian Mitchell-Innes has been practicing Holistic Management for 20 years on his ranch in South Africa. He has made mistakes and wishes to share with Ranchers and Farmers how to avoid these costly mistakes He teaches Farmers and Ranchers how to FEED the whole – Grass,Animal,Soil surface,Sub soil,using animals at High and Ultra High Stock […]

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2018 Western PA Grazing Conference, Clarion, PA

By   /  March 21, 2018  /    /  No Comments

This year’s conference will focus on many aspects of improving low input grazing systems. Sessions will cover topics such as brood cow efficiency and nutrition, how soil health and profitability are related, extending the grazing season, marketing opportunities, health and economics of grass finished meat and developing and implementing grazing leases.  Speakers Teddy Gentry and […]

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Regenerating Landscapes: Back to the Future

By   /  October 31, 2017  /    /  No Comments

The Colorado Section of the Society for Range Management and Colorado State University Extension are pleased to announce an exciting training opportunity providing information about the land stewardship methods and practices that worked in the past and are now being incorporated back into the future of regenerating landscapes.

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