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Wildflowers & Your Cows

 
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A while back I saw a grazing method for cattle where they had the paddocks sectioned out and would seed the ones they weren't grazing on with wildflowers and such. I remember distinctly there being sunflowers and a wide variety of others in there. The cattle did better and it was better on the land. I can't find that video again. Do you have any idea what I'm talking about? If you could point me in the right direction I would be grateful... and if you'd like to email me it's wmiddleton0721@gmail.com
 
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Did you mean Soil Carbon Cowboys?

https://vimeo.com/80518559
 
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Jacob your a magician! THANK YOU!!! That's the one I was looking for! You win the interweb gods bowl of favor today.... which means you can have an extra cookie for desert and not gain weight... or so I'm told. In any case I appreciate your post.
 
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