Grazing Right in Missouri

August 17, 2020 • Leah Call

When Ron Locke gets into something, he is all in. After retiring from the Air Force 20 years ago, this southwest Missouri farmer got into raising registered Angus beef cattle…. Read more »

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Grazing with Shade in Alabama

September 17, 2019 • Leah Call

BDA Farm is a 6,200-acre certified organic produce and livestock operation in Uniontown, AL. With a focus on regenerative agriculture, BDA produces more than 40 varieties of vegetables and herbs… Read more »

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Fall Grazing with Greg Judy

August 7, 2019 • Leah Call

Grazing expert Greg Judy shares his grass-growing and grazing expertise. Frequent moves, never over grazing, and providing shade are all part of the grazing strategy on Greg Judy’s farms in… Read more »

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Five Years with Shade Haven

June 13, 2019 • Leah Call

Jason Leavitt is the fourth generation to work his family farm situated between the Chesapeake Bay and the Patuxent River in Owings, Maryland. Leavitt transitioned from mostly grain to grassfed… Read more »

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Tis the Season for Heat Stress

May 20, 2019 • Leah Call

Dr. Paul Dettloff on protecting your livestock from the sun. From conception to maturity, your cattle need protection from the hot summer sun. “Anytime the air temperature reaches 85 degrees… Read more »

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Grants for Graziers

October 4, 2018 • Leah Call

It’s time to start planning for the next grazing season. Could you use some cash for your pasture or animal health improvement project? The options listed below could help fund your project,… Read more »

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Grazing, Shade and Health

June 27, 2018 • Leah Call

Shade Haven mobile shade systems can increase profitability for livestock graziers through better pasture management and healthier, more productive livestock. Grazing is not only healthier for the cattle, it also… Read more »

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