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Graze  is a print magazine devoted to management-intensive rotational grazing and family-scale livestock farms. Every issue is packed with ideas from real grazing farmers and ranchers who make their livings from the land. If you like the sample articles on this site, order a subscription and/or back issues to see more.


 

The savior may be fake, but the money is real

By Joel McNair The headline above Timothy Egan’s column in the June 21 edition of The New York Times assured that “Fake Meat Will Save Us”. I was very relieved, as it seems that we do need saving, and the idea of a fake savior is appropriate for the age, I guess. Seriously, this was […]

Allen Williams

The fallacy of ‘feeding the world’

Most grain isn’t going to people by Allen Williams When you ask American farmers what they are doing on their farms, they will often tell you they are “feeding the world”. This is stated with considerable pride. We feel we are doing the world a huge favor through the sacrifices we make as farmers. We […]

Price alone won’t solve our problems

By Joel McNair Many dairy farmers believe that low milk prices are the biggest danger to their livelihoods. For more than a few, the thought is that the best solution would be a Canadian-style supply management program to boost milk prices and keep them at profitable levels. I don’t buy all of the arguments for […]

Daniel Olson in field

How a sorghum-sudan mix saved our summer

By Daniel Olson Every so often, you need a win. You know what I mean: just when you feel like the elements and the elected are conspiring against you, by some stroke of luck and timing you actually get it right and have an uncontested success. That’s what a sorghum-sudangrass mix was for us last […]

What to tell environmentalists about cows

Latest research shows that good grazing is good for the planet By Allen Williams and Russ Conser Somewhere along the road, cattle got a bad rap. Just when the fear that eating animal fats will kill you appears to be fading, concern is growing that cattle are intrinsically bad for the planet. So, it’s refreshing […]

Doing what it takes to build soil health

Breitkreutzes up their game with covers and grazing Redwood Falls, Minnesota — Most cash grain growers in the Upper Midwest run big equipment across thousands of acres of GMO corn and soybeans and maybe — just maybe — feed out some of those crops to feedlot cattle or confinement hogs. Often it doesn’t get much […]

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