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A “Keep-It-Simple” Method for Getting Minerals to Your Herd

By   /  March 23, 2020  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on A “Keep-It-Simple” Method for Getting Minerals to Your Herd

From March of 2018, here’s a popular article on setting up a simple mineral supplement program. I recently sat in on a roundtable discussion about using mineral supplements on ranches that are practicing managed grazing. It turned out that even though it is well known that our region suffers from some serious soil deficiencies, most […]

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Are You Raising Cattle That Fit Your Market?

By   /  March 9, 2020  /  Livestock  /  Comments Off on Are You Raising Cattle That Fit Your Market?

Recently, John Marble has been adjusting what he raises on his ranch to meet what his local customers are asking for. Here’s what they want, and how that might be impacting you. Of course, things may be different in your region. But this may help you explain what’s happening at your livestock auction, or give […]

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Finding Credence in a Clearcut Revival – Converting a Dying Forest Into Grazing Land

By   /  March 2, 2020  /  Forage, Pasture Health, Soil, Weeds  /  3 Comments

In addition to being an article about forest conversion, this is also an example of looking at the resources we manage, paying attention to a site’s potential, and considering what is best for our operations. We hope it inspires you to look around with new eyes.

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Should Uncle Sam Bail Us Out of Drought?

By   /  October 8, 2018  /  Consider This  /  4 Comments

It was a very difficult summer. We suffered through more 90-degree days than any year in history. It was just plain hot and dry, the worst season that anyone around here could remember. Oh, that was way back in 2017. 2018, of course, was even worse. Month upon month with no rain. Baking hot days […]

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Tooth and Nail: Ranching With Predators

By   /  June 25, 2018  /  Consider This  /  5 Comments

Last month On Pasture asked: “What’s the best way to protect your livestock from predators?” and provided information from the Livestock-Predator Hub as food for thought. Turns out, On Pasture author John Marble has been thinking about predators for a long time. I hope you enjoy his thoughts. _________________________ My relationship with predators goes way […]

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