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Practical Serengeti Part III; Early Summer

We explore the common paradigm adopted by eco-grazers for managing grass. We argue this approach has significant problems.
Grass Grazing Late Spring

Practical Serengeti, Part II Spring

We explore the common paradigm adopted by eco-grazers for managing grass. We argue this approach has significant problems.
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Practical Serengeti, Part I Winter

WHAT'S HAPPENINGSavanna BlogPractical Serengeti Part III; Early SummerREAD MOREPractical Serengeti, Part II SpringREAD MOREPractical Serengeti, Part I WinterREAD MOREBig AnnouncementREAD MORENature’s Stock Density. Hint: Its going to be different in late spring vs. early summer.Mimicking nature is more difficult than it seems. Or maybe its more simple. One of the two. Often when grazers think […]

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Nature’s Stock Density. Hint: Its going to be different in late spring vs. early summer.

Mimicking nature is more difficult than it seems. Or maybe its more simple. One of the two. Often when grazers think they are mimicking nature they are actually mimicking their neighbors. Other times they are mimicking what they read in a book or some blog. Ranchers are often motivated by a fear of being weird. […]

A Thinking Person’s Guide to Total Grazing / Mob Grazing Part II

Last week I looked at a recent study conducted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. That study brought up some uncomfortable realities about Total Grazing / Mob Grazing, as far as its proponents are concerned.I went on to discuss how I think that grazing studies of this kind are fundamentally flawed. Still, this study lines up […]