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Forage Producer of the Year: Any McIntire

In Virginia Forage and Grassland Council 2015 Winter Conference Proceedings, Red Meat, Forages, and Human Health.

Popularizing confinement alternative: Preaching the Gospel of the Forest-Fed Pig - NYTimes.com - Joel Salatin raises his pigs the old-fashioned way, in the great outdoors, at his farm near Swoope, Va.

Preaching the Gospel of the Forest-Fed Pig

Let Them Eat Acorns - Preaching the Gospel of the Forest-Fed Pig

establishing a new farm

Establishing a new farm; where to start and how to prioritize--a resource for beginning homesteaders and farmers

A New (Old) Way to Raise Meat

A New (Old) Way to Raise Meat

Joel Salatin: How to Prepare for A Future Increasingly Defined By Localized Food & Energy | Peak Prosperity

Joel Salatin: How to Prepare for A Future Increasingly Defined By Localized Food & Energy

Grazing as a forage supply

The Grazing section provides information on growing grass and managing pastures for forage feed for livestock.

Polyface Farm - Great info on chickens and how to use multiple animals on land with less work.

Meet Joel and Daniel Salatin, the father-son team at Polyface farm. Known for their unconventional farming ways, the Salatins have become leaders in communit.

Partner Spotlight: Bill Niman of BN Ranch

Farmland LP partner rancher Bill Niman of BN Ranch featured in Partner Spotlight. Niman's grass-fed cattle graze on land owned by Farmland LP in California.

I am doing this!!  tin can lids as shingles on chicken coop, i saw a guy on tv who did something similar w/ soda cans

tin can lids - the picture said this was the roof of a chicken coop! tin can lids - the picture said this was the roof of a chicken coop! tin can lids - the picture said this was the roof of a chicken coop!

winter grazing instead of hay (going hayless)- complete discussion about this video on page.

winter grazing instead of hay (going hayless) (cattle forum at permies)

Farmers help climate change by turning plants into charcoal to improve soil health and sequester carbon.

By leaving the soil intact and not tilling it, farmers can help reduce carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, though soil compaction becomes an issue.

Grass farmer first, beef producer second: Take-half, leave-half approach | Cattle Network

Grass farmer first, beef producer second: Take-half, leave-half approach

Grass farmer first, beef producer second: The art of grazing

Part two of the rotational grazing series for Drovers CattleNetwork and Cow/Calf Producer.

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