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Ranching For Profit Oct 21
We see far too many where tradition determines the grazing plan rather than good planning. Effective management is 1 of the most powerful economic levers you can pull. Does each of your pastures get adequate rest for plant recovery after every grazing?
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Farming in North Devon Oct 20
The suckler herd are the last of the low lying before and strip grazing throughout winter.
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Grassland 2.0 Oct 20
"Grassland 2.0, a newly-formed collaborative group based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is working to create more opportunities for grazing and other types of perennial grassland farming." See our full press release at:
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Savanna Institute Oct 20
We are excited to be a part of the new project and joining them in their work for more perennial, grassland-based farming practices in the Midwest!
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Greg childs Oct 22
Yesterday was one of those day when you finally get home you think to yourself,f**k we should have got on sooner this morning instead of sitting around drinking tea 🤦🏼‍♂️,or should have booked a haulier.300 ewes too 2 different locations,50 miles apart
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CalCAN Oct 21
Check out recent webinar from on more benefits of !
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Barenbrug UK Oct 17
Our grass and herbal mixture ranges are specifically designed for horses and, well managed, can provide a great source of feed requirements.
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Alana Serhan Oct 20
This hybrid is a that’s sure to preform across the prairies for both & !!
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UNL Beef Extension Oct 23
. shares some considerations for fence and water development for effective grazing >>>
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Beiting & Brew Oct 22
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NE_Thames Oct 22
Our hooves need to be every 6 Months. It can be done by hand, but we have this handy turnover crate to make it better for them and us! Is that an affectionate look at the end?
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Ecosphere Oct 22
How grazing changes patterns of plant density - even at very large spatial scales
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Ranching For Profit 23h
Cell grazing is a management method that improves the environment & increases carrying capacity. How you choose to apply practices to principles is the art form of management. When done well, it shouldn’t be complicated, it should be easy & fun to implement.
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CalCAN Oct 21
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Bangalore Times Oct 23
Kannada star Sudharani shares this video saying: Found two cows grazing in my compound 😜😅🤣🤦‍♀️ #2
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Protect The Harvest Oct 21
Ranching in the west presents a unique set of challenges. Read more here:
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Susan Falconer Oct 19
From my walk yesterday - these guys were doing a great job of grazing or, as they know it, 🐑😊
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Joel M. Curzon Oct 16
Get welfare ranchers and their cattle off of public lands. “A New Mexico rancher who admitted to beating a wolf pup to death with a shovel has received hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money.” (HT: )
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Drew Bennett 23h
Our new article on is now out and open access: "Holistic perspectives—Understanding rancher experiences with holistic resource management"
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Fylde Sand Dunes Oct 18
& it's turn of the Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)! 🐇 are key stone species in , playing important roles in ensuring a healthy dunes. Maintaining them through , eating away shrubs & even invasive species, allowing native plants to thrive!
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