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The Grazing Book by Chris Stelzer  RSS feed

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Chris Stelzer is a member of the Permies community who interned at Greg Judy's ranch in Missouri and Ian Mitchell-Innes' ranch in South Africa. In his e-book, he talks about how forages grow and how to manage it for winter feeding with or without hay. He talks about the management of the animal, the different styles of grazing and the equipment used.

Where to get it?

Agricultural Insights

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the survival podcast Episode-1136 - Livestock Grazing Management with Chris Stelzer

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