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Mike Eastman does no-grain dairy in Vermont.
Advisors raise calves to weaning.
Eric Grim adjusts his strategies to weird weather.
Don’t fall for dairy cattle breeding shortcuts.
Gabe Brown: different cover crops for different concerns.
Allen Williams on how to develop your perfect grassfed beef cow.
Organic forum: Dry cow strategies.
Graziers need to connect with their non-farming allies.
Listen to your farm.
Gabe Brown’s five-step plan for healthier soils.
The economics of later weaning for organic dairy calves.
How the Graze advisors deal with manure.
Consumers are starting to notice the benefits of grazing.
What the dairy grazing financial numbers are telling us.
What’s the best way to finish lambs on forage? Janet McNally analyzes the numbers.
Allen Williams starts a series on the promise and challenges facing grass-fed beef.
Galbraiths change with the times.
The Advisors prepare for winter.
How to make the most of high-priced land.
McNally’s Year 4 report on using grazing to improve fallowed land.
Organic forum: to vaccinate, or not to vaccinate?
Forecasters see big role for grassfed in a burger future.
How much organic grain should organic dairy cows get? Trial results may surprise.
Breeding within for no-grain success.
Study shows why grass-fed dairy products merit premiums.
Advisors extend their grazing seasons.
Cheyenne Christianson focuses on improving his soils.
Janet McNally on how to know when to move your stock.
Geothermal hog barn keeping ‘em cool.
After 15 years of leasing, an organic dairy grazier has no plans to own.
Building a shed that’s the closest thing to nature.
Advisors on how to improve pastures.
Raw milk idiots and other thoughts on the subject.
Don’t fear what the neighbors will say … try those crazy experiments!
Grazier/marketer chooses to focus on one item: lamb.
Organic forum: How do you employ annual grazing crops?
With soil health the focus, Gabe Brown pushes the envelope on cover cropping.
Advisors on what they’ll do if the conditions get dry.
The ongoing crime against our soils and our civilization.
Jon Bansen: the key is working within the constraints of your farm.
Summer annuals for sheep grazing.
Planning and grazing lessons from the other side of the world.
Drought busting with early lamb weaning and grain.
Grass dairy beginners dealing with reality.
Survival tips for long-term drought.
Advisors on how they beat the heat.
What works in family-scale livestock farming.
Working in synch with nature’s hormones.
Sudangrasses: whys, hows and wheres.
Questions and answers for foliar feeding.
Organic forum: New plans for the new growing season.
Jim Van Der Pol deals with climate change.
A New Zealand-based dairy operation in Georgia has taken its lumps, but things are looking up.
Advisors detail their early spring grazing strategies.
Don’t take that spring grass for granted!
One dairy grazier’s report on his return to going without grain.
Foliar feeding as an antidote to dry times.
Treat drought-stressed roots with care.
Aiming for energy with rotations and row crops.
One grazier’s reaction to weird weather and a changing climate.
Starting a dairy in tough times.
Hue Karreman on tips for treating herbivores with herbs.
Options for adding annuals to your grazing operation.
Successful shepherding in the Deep South.
Tips for limiting the risks of raw milk sales.
Organic forum: Getting minerals into livestock.
Jim Van Der Pol: Learning from our farming failures.
The pros and cons of fodder sprouting.
Why Hue Karreman likes sprouting.
One grazier’s view: Well-managed perennials still have a place.
Why annual grazing crops make sense today.
Twenty rules for farming and life.
Ben Bartlett on why droughts offer learning opportunities.
Raising Red Wattle hogs.
North Carolina Jersey grazing dairy tops 20,000 lbs. milk.
Making a case for annual grazing crops.
Advisors on boosting pasture production.
Finding the right land for beef grazing.
Missouri sheep graziers adding value to their flock.
Organic forum: Producing quality winter forages.
Study backs use of calcium on pasture
He started a grass dairy in his 50s
Advisors talk vaccination
Dealing with the energy deficiencies of cool-season grasses
Facing the grass-fed beef finishing challenge
Janet McNally’s experience with the Paleo Diet
Thinking outside the pasture irrigation box
The status of artisan cheese and a taste expert’s advice to grass-fed producers
Small farm survival
Don’t pay for feed additives you don’t need!
Markers on the road toward safe raw milk
Organic forum: dealing with the drought of ’12
Staying competitive on the cow-calf side of grass-fed beef production
Cost-benefit analysis indicates that dairy grazier’s pasture irrigation system is paying its way.
Why grass and diversity are important in a drought.
Advisors on how they’re dealing with drought-inflated feed costs.
Vertical tillage has helped Eric Grim’s pastures during the drought.
Quality raw milk starts with quality soils.
There’s money in grass-fed beef without having to do the selling yourself.
Preserving the harvest with natural fermentation.
Janet McNally on the promise and pitfalls of hair sheep.
Large-framed Charolais produce high-quality, direct-sale beef for Baldwin Family Farms.
Straubs find that robotic milkers work well with their grazing dairy.
Advisors describe their milking systems.
More on making raw milk for the least healthy among us.
Wisconsin graziers more profitable than California confinement dairies, but not because of feed costs.
Organic forum: dealing with flies.
Beidlers grow grain for people, but feed none to their cows.
Last year’s downpours caused a lot of damage on his grazing farm. Here’s how Ernest Martin is going to change things.
Advisors talk about grazing annual crops.
Organic forum members vent on organic rules.
Janet McNally on dealing with lambing problems caused by the warm winter.
Jim VanDerPol: More problems with modern grains besides Roundup Ready.
How James Ranch keeps five entrepreneurial families working together — and apart.
Advice for getting into grass-based farming from our advisors, editor and Matt Hartwig, a successful young dairyman.
No crossbreeding here: Why Eric Grim likes grazing and milking purebred dairy cattle.
How to value your alternative marketing business when it comes time to sellDoes grazing cause too many greenhouse gas emissions? Here’s the real story.
How holistic planning can help your farming business and family life.
Advisors describe how they do business planning.
Organic dairy faces a serious, long-term grain problem.
Clay McQuiddy describes the challenges of a major grass dairy expansion.
Matching forage palatability in pastures extremely important to success.
Sheep mineral requirements on pasture vary greatly.
Looking into the benefits of sward diversity.
Jepsens go to regional beef sales when local markets don’t pan out.
Advisors describe their winter forage programs.
A report on a year’s worth of experimentation on a grass dairy.
Debunking the “can’t finish lambs of grass” myth.
Organic forum: handling compost.
Illinois farmer deals with raw milk sales regulations.
Doing localized research on new forage genetics.
Advisors detail end-of-season grazing strategies.
How to sell grass-fed cheese.
Jon Bansen slows his farming to nature’s pace.
Janet McNally resurrects fallowed land.
To vaccinate, or not to vaccinate?
Michigan grazier discovers there’s money in farmstead cheese.
Advisors describe their weak links.
Eric Grim got in trouble the first time he cut back on the grain for his dairy herd; now he’s being smarter about it.
Biological monitoring of pastures offers more management tools.
Dairy apprenticeship program launched in Wisconsin.
Manure digesters for small farms.
Organic forum: keeping mastitis at bay.
More on goal setting.
Thousand Hills Cattle Company paving path to wholesale grass-fed markets.
Numbers are useful in making grass-fed breeding decisions.
Are smaller cows really better for grass-fed?
Advisors discuss their livestock mineral programs.
Getting serious about seasonal breeding paying dividends.
Jim Van Der Pol learning how much forage a sow can handle.
Organic forum: Raising calves to weaning.
Planning to succeed with rising lamb production costs.
Why “tall grazing” doesn’t always work.
Oats/turnips grazing management tips.
Where the raw milk movement is headed.
Managing several herds, including one milked once daily.
Advisors move their manure.
Organic forum: wintering stock.
Following the grass-fed beef “experts” can be costly.
Grazing leaders say grain a profit drain.
Raising young Holsteins without grain.
Advisors justify their supplementation strategies.
Late-planted oats as a fall grazing option.
Get paid to graze!
Citizenship and the everyday riddles of farming.
Small-scale irrigation offers alternative.
Inflation-proofing on grass farms.
Planning for the next generation.
Advisors on extending the grazing season.
Organic forum: Filling pasture growth gaps.
Dr. Hue Karreman on controlling flies organically.
Adding some nesting to our boomer mentalities.
Leading graziers offer their best ideas for dealing with tough times.
To turn your business around, take control and reach out.
Graze advisors on managing heat stress.
Long-term grazing goals vs. short-term cash flow.
Planning for late-summer pasture growth declines.
Managing sheep grazing in the wild and wooly spring.
Matching pasture plants to soil types.
Bringing back that old-time, grass-fed milk flavor.
How a trip to New Zealand changed a U.S. grass farm for the better.
Spring grazing strategies.
Premium grass-fed Holstein beef (part 2).
What we’ve learned about organic pasture management.
Winter sheep management in a mild, wet climate.
How the Hudsons went from beef, to dairy, to a full-time living.
Corn silage and stump grazing.
Producing premium grass-fed Holstein beef.
Dr. Karreman: For great calves, stick close to Mother Nature.
Making fine sheep milk cheese.
The economics of once-a-day milking.
No-grain dairy: addressing soil fertility issues.
Are you making money? Tips for figuring it out.
Be wary of horned cows.
Organic forum: dealing with hoof ailments, pinkeye, external parasites.
Dr. Karreman: keys to a successful freshening season.
Building a new economy from the bottom up.
Making concrete do triple duty.
How to improve crossbreeding results.
Advisors on how to spend money wisely.
Dr. Hubert Karreman: dry cow management.
Tips for grass-fed beef quality.
How to adapt that new bull or ram to your farm.
How the Europeans view food.
A successful grass-based cheese business.
Feeding change added 4,500 lbs. milk/cow.
Advisors adapt to tougher times.
Against “grazing tall,” part two.
Organic forum: good, bad and ugly of USDA pasture rule.
“Grazing tall” as a sheep parasite control strategy.
Some farmers just know who and what they are.
Scavenging for grazing profits in the far North.
Cheyenne Christianson on feeding no grain when there’s no rain.
For spring calving, earlier is better.
Organic forum: Whys and hows of pasture renovation.
Veterinarian Hue Karreman on fall calf management.
Grass-fed beef trial: frame and finish matter little to most.
Fighting poor pasture genetics.
Advanced grazing management to target manure applications.
Making sure you have enough farm labor.
Advisors on how they manage manure.
Three milkings in two days becoming popular.
Mules and other pasture-ready crossbreeds.
Dealing with future energy realities.
Martins keep cows and soils fed and healthy, and the rest takes care of itself.
Making do at the end of the easy oil era.
Advisors talk pasture irrigation.
Organic forum: What have you done to improve forage quality and quantity?
Methods for calculating meat marketing costs.
McNally: Strengthening the ewe-lamb bond.
“Bucket-type” pit parlors work great for small herds.
Discovering a new meadow fescue: Part 2.
New heifer raising strategies paying off.
Advisors detail how they’re dealing with higher input costs.
Why grazing is important to organic bottom lines.
McNally: Crossbreeding benefits for flocks large and small.
Raising hogs in the new age of high grain prices.
Van Der Pol: To succeed, we need to plan for seven generations.
Grain supplementation still paying on grazing dairies.
Janet McNally’s successful experiment with field peas and triticale.
David Surprenant now has irrigation, but what should he plant?
Advisors tell how they employ (or don’t employ) annual grazing crops.
Year-round marketing requirements compromising lowest-cost production model.
It still pays to feed cows well and milk them efficiently.
Van Der Pol: balancing profit targets with community goals.
Advice based on 10 years of no-grain dairy.
USDA’s grass-fed label: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Young dairyman plans investments carefully so he doesn’t box himself in.
Advisors on how circumstances (mainly weather) forced changes in their grazing plans.
Janet McNally: When to wean lambs a complex decision.
Research shows grazing a learned behavior.
Ohio organic dairy makes money feeding no grain in pasture season, with immature barley baleage in winter as only grain source.
Tired of watching grass die, David Surprenant springs for irrigation.
Advisors on building soil organic matter.
Strategies for capturing 90% of all nutrients.
Janet McNally: How proper grazing management made all the difference in a drought.
Organic forum: Can we reduce grain feeding? Should we?
There’s no need to supplement pasture with protein.
Van Der Pol: Europeans make the best of tough situations.
A successful, no-equity grazing start-up.
Principles for start-ups.
Why high grain prices are good.
Advisors: fall grazing strategies.
Ohio graziers start cheese effort.
Vegetable/grass-fed beef CSA.
McNally: finishing lambs on turnips.
Raw milk power in California.
Looking for farmer-driven research.
A young grazier’s evolving dairy.
Advisors: What’s your early spring grazing plan?
Kingshay Trust emphasizes useful information.
Grass-fed beef: With imports coming, it’s time to go local.
McNally: Cutting feed costs for late-gestation ewes.
Antioxidants as dairy treatments.