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2011 BACK ISSUES

November

* Cattle and Grazing Management for Surviving Drought
* Knowing Your Market Should Precede Sheep and Goat Production
* Tips and Tricks for Electric Fencing
* Lots of Land for Portable Farms
$5.00 BUY NOW




October

* Supplementation With Bale Grazing
* Herding Goats Navajo Style
* One Wire Interior Electric Cross Fencing
* Landlord Expectations
$5.00 BUY NOW




September

* Grazing Whole Plant Corn
* Summer Annuals
* Say No to Chemical Fertilizer
* A Visitor - Friendly Farm
$5.00 BUY NOW




August

* Forage Finishing in the Fall
* Pasture Rest Periods
* Planned Grazing Management
* The Cost of More Milk
$5.00 BUY NOW




July

* Weed Control With Goats
* Direct Marketing Lambs
* Sacrifice Paddock
* Leader-Follower Infrastructure
$5.00 BUY NOW




June

* Soil Life Exploding at Judy Farms
* One of the Largest Grassfed Bison Ranches
* Selling the Whole Pastured Pig
* Off-Flavors in Meat and Milk
$5.00 BUY NOW




May

* Nomadic Traditions Keep The Hay Out
* Iowa's Grass Run Farms
* Successful Grass - Finishing With Mob Grazing
* Wet or Dry Pasture: Determine Your Best Grazing Strategy
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April

* Grazing Sheep in Vineyards
* Managing Annual Crabgrass
* You Have to Be Profitable to Be Sustainable
* Raising Cattle in a Healthy Way
$5.00 BUY NOW




March

* Cattle, Sheep and Goats on New Mexico Homestead
* Factors Limiting Pasture Intake
* Stop Using High Nitrogen Fertilizer
* Successful Winter Grazing Starts in Spring
$5.00 BUY NOW




February

* Savanna Grazing
* Seasonal Production
* Meat Goats
* Organic Soil Amendment
$5.00 BUY NOW




January

* Manage Your Grazing for Maximum Plant Energy Harvest
* The USA's Largest Acreage Grassfed Organic Beef Operation
* Planned Water Management
* An On-Farm Abattoir
$5.00 BUY NOW





2010 BACK ISSUES

December

* Bale Grazing
* Pig Grazing to Recreate a Savanna
* Guardian Dogs - Tatra
* Know Your Dirt
$5.00 BUY NOW



November

* Selling Grassfed Meats with Education and Showmanship
* Weed Management in Clover Based Pastures
* Fitting an Irrigation System to Your Farm
* Balancing Residual Forage and Cash Flow
$5.00 BUY NOW



October

* The Degree of Fatness Needed for Quality Beef
* Raising Sheep Complements Organic Vegetables
* Raw Milk Fertilization and Brix
* Highly Mineralized Soils
$5.00 BUY NOW



September

* Add Value to Grassfed Beef
* Good Pasture Management
* Raw Milk Fertilization
* Irrigation in Wet Country
$5.00 BUY NOW



August

* Considerations about Finishing on Stored Feeds
* A State of the Art Grass Farm in the Ozarks
* Artificial Breeding or Bull Power
* Cover Crops for Forage
$5.00 BUY NOW



July

* Mixing Multiple Species of Forage and Animals
* Resilience on the Prairie Edge
* The Grass is Always Greener
* Be a Highly Productive Low Cost Producer
$5.00 BUY NOW



June

* Improving Animal Performance By Feeding The Whole
* A Forage Energy Primer
* Benefits Of Using Forages In Crop Rotation
* Conventional Cattle Buying Tips
$5.00 BUY NOW



MAY

* Ten Years in the Grassfed Beef Business
* Forging Summer Links in a Year Around Forage Chain
* Perennial Peanuts
* Gravity Flow for Dependable Water System
$5.00 BUY NOW



APRIL

* Grass Finishing With Mob Grazing
* Marketing Beef for Small-Scale Producers
* Selecting for Heat Tolerance
* To Swath or Not to Swath
$5.00 BUY NOW



MARCH

* Western Canada Responsive to Grazing Management
* Ending Hay Feeding Sends Cow-Calf Profits Soaring
* Making Year-Around Grazing a Reality
* Conventional Cattle Buying Tips
$5.00 BUY NOW



FEBRUARY

* Ranching is Different in the West
* Are You Linebreeding or Inbreeding?
* What Does A Forage Test Tell You?
* Opportunities in Meat Goats
$5.00 BUY NOW



JANUARY

* The Resilience of Grass-Based Agriculture
* What Works With Wet Weather?
* Cockleburs:Friend or Foe?
* Greg Judy - A Full Time Grass Farmer
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2009 BACK ISSUES

DECEMBER

* Designing a Ranch for a 10,000 Head Grazing Herd
* Grass Finishing Requires Skill and Planning
* Tips on Putting a Water System to Bed for the Winter
* How to Market Custom Grazing Services
$5.00 BUY NOW



NOVEMBER

* All Grass Feeding & Profitable Direct Marketing
* Run Cows So Cheap The Price of Beef Won't Matter
* Genetics for Consistent Quality
* Grazing Ability: Is it Hereditary?
$5.00 BUY NOW



OCTOBER

* Have You Ever Watched What Your Animals Really Eat?
* Make Money One Animal At A Time
* Tips On Using Stockdogs
* Does Organic Certification Still Pay?
$5.00 BUY NOW



SEPTEMBER

* No Soil Inputs Equal High Profit Ranching
* Grazing Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Providing Security
* Skipping the Fall Season With Grass Finished Cattle
* What Stocking Rate is Right for You?
$5.00 BUY NOW



AUGUST

* A High Legume Pasture Without Bloat, Part II
* Recession Only Slightly Chilled Grassfed Markets
* Stocking Rate and Carrying Capacity
* Soil Carbon
$5.00 BUY NOW



JULY

* Grass Litter is the Secret to Building Soil With Grazing
* Dealing with Legume Pasture Bloat
* Dual Purpose Dairy Cattle
* What Good is a Soil Survey
$5.00 BUY NOW



JUNE

* Silage and Hay in Grass Finishing Programs
* Producing and Marketing Grassfed Beef
* Cattle Wormers and Dung Beetles
* How Much Forage Should My Land Produce
$5.00 BUY NOW



MAY

* Legume Based Pasture Systems Add Drought Resilience to Southern Plains
* Too Much Grass in the Winter is a Nice Problem
* Magnesium...Of Underestimated Importance
* Feed, Fertility and Fertilizer
$5.00 BUY NOW



APRIL

* Grassfed Meat Marketers Service Company
* Designing Cross Fences for Center Pivots
* The Right Kind of Cows
* Keeping Your Water Working for You
$5.00 BUY NOW



MARCH

* New Greg Judy Venture Builds Landowner Loyalty
* More Grazier Tips on Fences
* Building a Better Solar Panel
* Foliar Feeding Grass Can Raise Its Brix Content
$5.00 BUY NOW



FEBRUARY

* New Jersey Grazier Adds Value Not Volume
* Training Horses to a MIG Pasture System
* Fallowing for Improved Fertility
* Scalable Grazing
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2008 BACK ISSUES

NOVEMBER

* Sheep Dairying
* Training Cattle for MiG
* Grazing in Snow Country
* You Need to Know Your Costs
$5.00 BUY NOW

JUNE

* Good Opportunities for Grassfed Beef in the Upper Midwest
* Seasonal Production, No-Grain, Once-a-Day Milking & Nurse Cows
* Grazier Tips on Water Systems
* Diet Selection in the Grazing Animal

$5.00 BUY NOW

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2007 BACK ISSUES

November

* Canadian Grassfed Beef Producers Finish Cattle as Early as 17 Months
* The Efficiency of Herding Techniques and MIG
* The High Cost of High Maintenance Animals
* Weeds Can be Beautiful
$2.50 BUY NOW

October

* High Density Grazing With Small Herds
* Brix is for the Birds
* Moving Water & MiG
* Genetic Selection & Fly Problems
$2.50 BUY NOW

September

* Small Farmer No More, Salatin's Customers Push Him Up a Fast Growth Curve
* Do Ethanel By-products Have a Place in Grass-Finished Beef?
* Ultra High Stock Density Grazing and Pasture Recovery
* Internal Parasite Management in Sheep
$2.50 BUY NOW

August

* Adding Value to Grassfed Hamburger
* "Mob Grazing" Draws a Big Mob of Folks to Rural Nebraska
* MiG and Nutrient Cycling
* Baleage: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
$2.50 BUY NOW

July

* Chilean Ranch Demonstrates a Wise Use of Resources
* Developing Local Niche Markets
* Mineral Supplementation Needs to be Done Locally
* Seasonal Dairying Requires a Close Match Between Lactation Stage and Pasture Production
$2.50 BUY NOW

June

* Advice for Niche Meat Marketers
* Training Cows to Eat Weeds
* Perennial Legume-Based Pasture
* Profitable Custom Grazing Lessons
$2.50 BUY NOW

May

* Training Cattle to Eat Thistles
* Huesby Family Builds Larger, Portable Abattoir
* Self-Feeding Silage Systems
* Is it Rye or Ryegrass?

$2.50 BUY NOW

April

* Grassfed Producers Need to Criticize by Creating a Viable Alernative
* Hay and Grass Silage Production
* Pricing Grass Finished Beef
* Minerals for Man, Beasts and Plants

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March

* Small New England Grass Farm Prototype
* The Drought has a Steep Learning Curve
* The Evolution of a Rancher
* Why we Still Make Hay
$2.50 BUY NOW

February

* The Cull Cow Repair Kit
* Swath Grazing for Winter Alfalfa
* Customer Appreciation Reduces Anxiety
* Argentine Style Pasture/Crop Rotation
$2.50 BUY NOW

January
* Eel River Delta said to be California's Napa Valley of Grassland Agriculture
* Romancing the Clover Gods
* The Power of Observation
* Mineral Content of Soils Influence on Ruminant Animal Performance and Health
$2.50 BUY NOW



2006 BACK ISSUES

December
Whole Foods Market Wants Grassfed Beef
Successful Grassfed Dairying in Suburbia
Cut Cattle Wintering Costs With Swath-Grazing in Dry Environments
Know Your Pasture's BRIX Level
$2.50 BUY NOW

October
Land and Cattle are Run as Separate Enterprises at this Flint Hills Ranch
2006 Drought Said to have put Whole Grassfed Industry on a Steep Learning Curve
Balancing Forage Quantity and Quality
Putting Pinkeye in Its Place Easily
$2.50 BUY NOW

August
Higher Stocker Gains Can Cut Finishing Time and Improve Beef Eating Quality
Colorado Rancher Plans to Replace Center-Pivots with Line-Pod Irrigation
Canadian Grazier Puts Beef on Rye
How to Get Your Livestock Certified Organic
$2.50 BUY NOW

June
Line-Pod Irrigation Helps Revive Western Nebraska Ranch
A Rancher's Son Pioneers His Own Grassfed Beef Business On Beautiful Point Reyes Peninsula
Texas Rancher Finds Meat Shipping Can Be Profitable
Pasture Records Help Make Better Business Decisions
$2.50 BUY NOW

MAY
Corn without Grain ... an Excellent Forage for Grass Finishing Beef
A Grassfed Beef Marketing Company
Taking a Pasture Inventory
Prevention is the Key to Solving Certified Organic Animal Health Problems
$2.50 BUY NOW

APRIL

Managing For Drought
California Grass Finishing Trial Creates Beef That Has Top Bay Area Chefs' Full Approval
Forage Self Sufficiency Key Element In Profitable Organic Production
Calibrating Your Grazier's Eye
$2.50 BUY NOW

JANUARY
Iowa Organic Grazier Pulls Trigger on Too Big Cows
Preserving & Teaching Essential Skills of Pre-Petroleum Agriculture
Water Systems
How Does Your Beef Measure Up
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