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"Our cattle don't eat corn; they don't know what it is !"  RSS feed

 
Michael Radelut
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Here's a highly informative and accessible presentation for those of you who'd like to know more about how to keep cattle on pasture the Holistic Management way:
No corn, no grain, no barn, no tire water tanks, no medication, no giant haystacks, no tractors ... just a well-constructed paddock shift system.

And like sepp holzer, Greg Judy doesn't feed corn, but reserves it for luring hogs

Greg Judy -  The Healing Effect Of Holistic High Density Grazing On Land, Livestock & Peoples Lives:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6HGKSvjk5Q



 
                              
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Awesome video.
 
Sam Surman
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Thank you that was a true lesson in natural farming
 
Casey Halone
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thanks! i learned lots and I shared!
 
John Polk
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Very interesting.  He sounds like a man who believes in what he is doing.
 
Jordan Lowery
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thanks for the video, when i have cattle one day ill remember the information i learned here.
 
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