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The Wool Growing Data Dive – Unlocking Opportunities to Improve ROI

By   /  November 27, 2019  /    /  No Comments

Join us for the wool growing data dive webinar featuring Bart Davidson Wednesday Nov 27th, 2019 6:00pm (US & Canada – CST) Thursday Nov 28th, 2019 11:00am (AU – AEDT) REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR – LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE What will be covered The Wool Growing Data Dive – Unlocking Opportunities to Improve ROI Bart Davidson […]

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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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Making Destocking Decisions During Dry Spells and Drought

By   /  July 27, 2015  /  Grazing Management, NRCS, Planning  /  Comments Off on Making Destocking Decisions During Dry Spells and Drought

Imagine it’s the end of June and it hasn’t rained in awhile.  Your region is well below the average annual rainfall and it’s hard to say when the skies might open and give your pasture a little relief.  Your livestock are grazing along, not a worry in the world, because it’s your job to figure […]

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Left Handed Logic – Figuring per Calf Costs

By   /  July 29, 2013  /  Money Matters  /  3 Comments

In this excerpt from his book “Time to Change” Colorado Rancher Chip Hines shows how shifting per cow costs to your saleable animals gives you a whole new look at how to cover costs and make profits.

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Making Destocking Decisions During Dry Spells and Drought

By   /  April 1, 2013  /  Grazing Management, NRCS, Planning  /  Comments Off on Making Destocking Decisions During Dry Spells and Drought

If it’s just a dry spell, or a real drought, you may need to adjust your stocking rate in your pastures. A plan on paper will help you think ahead, be proactive and make better decisions.

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