Wet Weather Strip Grazing

Wet Weather Strip Grazing

We have had a lot of inquiries about the hay strips in our pasture.  Check out this video to see how we are reducing the negative impact of winter feeding during wet weather. https://youtu.be/mn8_QRgrCkw   [wpforms id="549" title="true"]

Our Team Has Expanded!!

Our Team Has Expanded!!

We began this journey toward regenerative agriculture and grass fed beef in order to improve our health, the land, and our way of life. It is said that there is a purpose in everything. This has been true for us exponentially. Not long after the launch of our website...

Do You See That Owl?

Do You See That Owl?

by Josh Teague   I saw this owl this morning along with several deer while doing my morning cattle move. I thought it was pretty neat because you normally don’t get to see an owl that close and especially during the daylight (the picture doesn’t do it justice as...

How do you spend your food dollars?

How do you spend your food dollars?

Did you know that Farmers only get 11.6 cent on every food dollar spent in the US? According to a recent study conducted by USDA, approximately 12% of every food dollar spent in the US goes to the producer. That’s not a lot for the person who has chosen a relatively...

Spring Yard Work Using Cows Continued….

Spring Yard Work Using Cows Continued….

I’m so excited to inspect my newly trampled and fertilized lawn.  There is poop everywhere!  I can’t step 2 feet without finding a pile.  (That’s what they would technically call an even manure distribution.) The hay has been eaten, and what was not eaten was...

Regenerative Grazing: A Closer Look

Regenerative Grazing: A Closer Look

"Regenerative Grazing,  Part 1"  Left us with a beautiful pastoral scene that most have been conditioned to to use as the benchmark of proper grazing techniques. This highly managed plan has resulted in cow that will not eat most plants, has lost the instinct to keep...

Spring Yard Work Using Cows?

Spring Yard Work Using Cows?

It’s early March and everything is brown, except for these tiny little green clumps that keep popping up in my lawn.  They get worse each year. Since my day job and the farm consume most of my time, there is little left to go around for general lawn detail.  If it’s...