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.
In the latest issue
- A northern Pennsylvania beef grazier stopped making hay, started grazing more than 300 days a year, and saw profits increase.
- Laboratory proteins look like they’ll be a major factor in the not-too-distant future, but grass farmers can thrive in this new age.
- Janet McNally offers ideas for starting a no-frills sheep grazing operation that can make money.
- Dr. Allen Williams reports on the latest findings backing the environmental advantages of adaptive grazing.
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