August 17, 2021

Lost Rivers Grazing Academy

The Lost Rivers Grazing Academy is a 4-day hands-on workshop for livestock operators and their advisers and consults that want to harvest and sell more of the sun’s energy through grazing, improve soil health, reduce erosion, and reduce costs, primarily on irrigated pastures. The Academy was first held in 1994 in the Lost River Valley, […]

September 5, 2019

Western Kentucky Equine Field Day 3:30 – Registration 4:00 – Exhibitor Booths 5:00 – Welcome, Dinner provided by the Caldwell County Extension Office 5:30 – Weber’s Retired Horses, LLC Overview, Rob and Kim Weber, owners 5:45 – Utilizing Cost Share on Horse Farms, Adam Jones, NRCS 6:00 – 8:00 – Educational Sessions, concurrently every half hour: • Feeding from […]

August 12, 2019

Working On Healthy Soils and Productive Agriculture in Ethiopia

In early June I got an email from Dr. Ray Weil. You may know Ray as the author of The Nature and Properties of Soils, the go-to textbook for everything on soils, and a contributor to On Pasture. He was asking for input on electric fencing for a project he is starting in Ethiopia to […]

October 19, 2015

Monitoring What’s Left Behind In Your Pastures

In this 5 minute NCAT video, Dave Scott shows you how to look at your pastures to make sure you’re leaving behind as much as you’d hoped. He also gives you a good look at overgrazing and the downsides of that.

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