Rodale on grazing

The Rodale Institute blog series on organic agriculture takes on the environmental impact of meat

In 2017, the EPA reported that agriculture contributed nearly 10% of all greenhouse gas emissions, and livestock accounted for a full third of that. Animal feed production and processing contributes the bulk of those emissions …

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2019 Grazing Charts

Northeast Pasture Consortium member Troy Bishopp has released the new grazing planning charts for 2019.

On Pasture has the 2019 charts available for free download.

Troy explains the utility of the charts, the importance of planning, and offers ten month and full year versions.

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Farming and climate change

UVM Extension has a program on Farming and Climate Change that explores ways to adapt to wetter springs, longer droughts, and a longer growing season, all changes that the northeastern US is facing.

Some of the many resources they’re preparing include a video series. This entry, on Upinngil Farm …

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Rotational Grazing for Horse Farms

Penn State Extension writes:

Rotational grazing can provide more feed for your horses than continuous grazing- but only if you know how to do it right.

Most farm managers have heard the term ‘rotational grazing’ and have a vague idea of what it means. When used correctly, rotational grazing is …

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