A return to grazing

May 17, 2012 § Leave a comment

It’s happening. Slowly. Because some of us stand behind it. Those who have learned by experience and those who are convinced by others’ experiences combined with ecological evidence. It needs to happen.

Let’s get down to this business of replacing cornfields with pasture, instead of the other way around. Let’s be putting ruminants out on that pasture where they belong. Okay?

Remember when I went to visit my friend Mae Rose at the ranch where she’s working in Nebraska?

Here’s the article that came out of the experience: Learning Mob Grazing on the Nebraska Sandhills.

It has a few opinions in it. We are of the opinionated sort. But I hope you read, learn, think, and enjoy it just a little.

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