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Graze magazine is 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

December 2023

After milking 750 cows, an Alabama grass dairy is doing better with 120 and its own farm brand.

The Graze advisors hold mixed feelings about expanding their businesses.

Spring butterfat is being undervalued by milk buyers.

Janet McNally and university advisors crunched some numbers, and it looks like Janet’s flock is better than carbon neutral.


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