Buck's SP - Shenandoah Valley of VA

Virginia's first Planted Silvopasture with NRCS Cost-sharing

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Comment by Adam Downing on May 27, 2022 at 9:00am

Buck Holsinger of Holsinger Homeplace Farms is a progressive cattleman in the Shenandoah Valley.  He's using Black Locust (that he planted with NRCS Cost-share) to not only provide shade but fodder.  Fodder by hinge-cutting branches such that they stay attached and succulent but reach the mouth of the ruminants. Check out the pics.


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