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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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Turning Soil-Poor Cropland Into Healthy, Profitable Pasture

By   /  July 10, 2017  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  3 Comments

We first shared this video from the Capital Resource Conservation District’s “Soil Health Project,” in July of 2015. In it, Russ Wilson talks about the challenges he faced when he bought a former crop farm that he wanted to use for multi-species grazing. With poor soil, he could barely grow feed for his livestock. But […]

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Out of Debt and On To Profit – The Sand Ranch Starts Winter Grazing and Stops Haying

By   /  May 30, 2016  /  Money Matters  /  Comments Off on Out of Debt and On To Profit – The Sand Ranch Starts Winter Grazing and Stops Haying

Last week we started a series of articles about Cody and Deanna Sand and how the changes they’ve made since 2011 have gotten them out of debt (think $20,000 in carry over bills after all their calves were sold) to owing nothing AND having a lot more fun ranching. They started by changing their grazing […]

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Winter Feeding Made Easy For Young Farmers

By   /  March 7, 2016  /  Grazing Management  /  4 Comments

American economist and professor at the Harvard Business School, Theodore Levitt, said, “Creativity is thinking up new things; innovation is about doing new things”.  As a thinker and doer, Organic Dairyman Tom McGrath resembles this remark when it comes to out-wintering dairy cows and enhancing the bottom line.  What’s this fresh strategy revolutionizing the way […]

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The Best Advice for a Small Grain Forage Stand After a Balmy Start to Winter? Leave it Alone

By   /  February 8, 2016  /  Forage, Pasture Health  /  Comments Off on The Best Advice for a Small Grain Forage Stand After a Balmy Start to Winter? Leave it Alone

Did your small grain forages get away from you during the fall? It’s been a common problem this winter. Snow mold from overgrown winter annual forage is certainly a risk, but we still don’t recommend cutting or grazing in the middle of winter. You probably did your best with the information at hand. Much of […]

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