Today’s episode is Part Two of our series on pasture.
In this episode Darby will go into detail with a plan that converts conventional row crop into perennial pasture,dealing with invasive weed pressure, and practical considerations for establishing new pasture. Things like should you mow long grass, why or why not, and when could you graze cattle on a new pasture, and even chickens.
There’s a lot of practical advice in this one. Hopefully some of this advice can help you get establish more pasture or improve the quality of your pasture.
Because more grass, means more animals, and no extra land needed.
It’s like getting another farm for free.
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In this three day workshop we will take an in-depth look at where you are currently at, where you want to go, what do you need to put in place to get there, and what are some of the next action steps to turn the ideas into reality.
The workshop will take place on March 2-4, 2017 outside Indianapolis, Indiana.
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