Overcoming New Farm Challenges and Refining Fodder Economics with Tim Bork of Brush Arbor Farmstead – Grass Fed Life (GFL60x)

[gap size=”75px”] Pastured poultry. What is that? Poultry raised on grass. Outside, on the pasture, eat some grass, but also eating a lot of grain. What if you want to raise pastured poultry, but you don’t have any grass? You have pasture, but it’s not green, or the pasture is just an area outside. In…

Portable Electric Fence for Livestock 101 – Tips, Tricks and Advice with Stephanie Sexton of Premier 1 – Grass Fed Life (GFL58x)

[gap size=”75px”] Last week Darby and I talked about fencing basics, think – How should you think about fencing in your context? Given that, depending on you and your situation, the best option might be to use portable electric fencing. If that’s the case, then this episode is for you because today it’s all about…

30 Years of Truly Pastured Raised Lambs with Ulf Kintzel of White Clover Sheep Farm (GFL55x)

[gap size=”75px”] Today, let’s start by going back go back in time to Eastern Europe in the 1980’s. To a country that no longer exists. It was a country where the economy was centrally planned One where the prices of basic goods and services were set by central government planners The German Democratic Republic, better…

Raising 100% Grassfed and Certified Organic Lamb with Kinley Coulter of Coulter Farms (GFL53x)

[gap size=”75px”] Today’s episode is the first of three straight episodes focusing solely on raising lamb. For this episode we are going to go to rural Pennsylvania to talk to livestock farmer Kinley Coulter of Coulter Farms. Like many of you, Kinley didn’t come from a farming background, and he started farming without any previous…