Tag Archives: planned grazing

Actually, Raising Beef Is Good for the Planet

The bovine’s most striking attribute is that it can live on a simple diet of grass, which it forages for itself. And for protecting land, water, soil and climate, there is nothing better than dense grass. As we consider the … Continue reading

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Drilling down on carbon sequestration

New 10-year study looks for a more accurate formula to calculate the carbon-swallowing value of native grass Rule of thumb for determining stocking rate on a ranch going into a planned grazing program from a conventional approach: Take what the … Continue reading

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This Week on the Circle

Holistic Grazing in the Arizona / Sonora Borderlands Cattle are grazed in any spot for 6-hours, followed by 18-months recovery. Read on »             FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our e-Store … Continue reading

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Video: Circle Ranch High Country

 If you are a Texan, you will understand. If not, sorry boys I just got captured and carried away by the music. I hope you enjoy it and the scenery too. — jtl, 419 Posted by Chris Gill  Pronghorn, Desert … Continue reading

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Utah ranchers forming LLC in innovative grazing plan

 The allotments allow 17,218 AUMS, and the plan is to rest about 20 percent of range annually.    That tells me that this little project will be a catastrophic failure (or marginally successful at best). That is because it tells … Continue reading

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Determine Land Area and Distance With Your Smartphone

If you don’t have one of these, you should. — jtl, 419 By Austin Miles, Research Associate 2, Nobel Foundation How big is that pasture? How long is this fence line? How far is it to the nearest water point? … Continue reading

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Do your ranch goals & family lifestyle match?

Is your whole family on the same page when it comes to the goals of the ranch? Here are some tips on how to work together to achieve more in 2017. A comprehensive methodology for strategic goal setting as well … Continue reading

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This week on the Circle

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) – America’s Answer to Mad Cow Disease Here is a useful body of early information on Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). CWD’s history has been revised considerably in the last 15-years. NOTE: This post is taken verbatim … Continue reading

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After the massive Kansas wildfire, ranchers find silver lining

The fire led to the deaths of hundreds of cattle, damaged or destroyed millions of dollars’ worth of fencing and torched several homes and other possessions… But now ranchers are finding a silver lining in the massive fire. There is … Continue reading

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This Week at the Circle

Early Summer 2016 – Game Cameras Healthy ranges need: (1) Big nomadic grazers (bison or cows under planned grazing), (2) abundant predators and (3) lots of prey numbers and kinds. Take any one of these out and the system collapses. … Continue reading

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