Tag Archives: restoration grazing

A Message from Charles (Doc) Borrego

Hello Everyone, Just touching base with everyone that has shown interest in the course I’m sponsoring “Managing the Ranch as a Business and Rangeland Restoration” taught by my good friend Dr. Jimmy T. LaBaume, PhD of Land & Livestock International. We … Continue reading

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Reminder: Upcoming Event

The available seats are being quickly filled. Reserve yours today. Canton is easy access via I-20 from the Dallas-Ft Worth Airport.    —————————————————————— Books by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume A Handbook for Ranch Managers A Comprehensive Reference Manual for Managing … Continue reading

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Your Grazing Chart – Figuring Animal Needs

By Troy Bishopp  via On Pasture Today, we’re headed to a presentation by Troy, the Grass Whisperer, Bishopp to check out how easy it can be to figure our animal needs so we can create a Planned Grazing Chart that … Continue reading

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Grazing Charts – Working on Your Farm Layout

Always be cautious about “free” (bad) advise. It is usually worth exactly what you pay for it. But, with that said, this seems to be OK.   By Kathy Voth via On Pasture Troy Bishopp, the Grass Whisperer, is taking us through … Continue reading

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Setting Goals for Your Blank Grazing Chart

By Troy Bishopp  via On Pasture We know that the very idea of setting goals is horrifying to most of us. But this isn’t about those kinds of goals. This is about setting your grazing season’s goals to fit your business … Continue reading

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National Cowboy Poetry Gathering: Don Edwards and “Little Joe The Wrangler”

If this doesn’t rouse you, you are not a cowboy! — jtl Posted on October 23rd, 2013 in Media, poetry Don Edwards at the 24th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering; this song was a part of Don’s “The Ghost of Jack Thorp” performance … Continue reading

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So Ya Got a Blank Grazing Chart. Now What?

By Troy Bishopp  via On Pasture Troy Bishopp has been working on making grazing planning easier for himself and his fellow farmers for quite awhile now. He’s found that grazing charts make it possible for him to successfully plan for his … Continue reading

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Managing the Ranch as a Business: Workshop

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Setting Up an Intensive Grazing System That Works – Pasture Recovery Periods

By Dave Scott  via On Pasture Regardless of your irrigation status, you’ll find great tips here on improving spring pastures, getting more forage with less nitrogen, adding legumes and preventing and reducing parasite problems. Pasture Recovery Period Considerations or “Building the … Continue reading

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Lost top-soil a generational problem for farmers

And not just for farmers. This applies to ranchers too–especially on the arid land ranges. The key to range management is the management of the top two centimeters of the soil. — jtl, 419 Tas Country Hour   By     Jane Ryan   … Continue reading

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