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Bing Cheah replied to Brett Chedzoy's discussion Growing Black Locust as a Timber Cash Crop in the Northeast
"Thanks for your response! Will keep digging through the forums for more info. Lots to learn here! Generally, I'm going to go with a pretty diverse planting. Both for my own learning and to give the animals options. Like you said, they have…"
Jan 31
Bing Cheah liked Joanne Vaughn's discussion Hedgerows and windbreaks: The paddocks edges.
Jan 31
Bing Cheah replied to Brett Chedzoy's discussion Growing Black Locust as a Timber Cash Crop in the Northeast
"Hi! I'm new to silvopasture, and planning to set up a silvopasture in an area that is currently open pasture.This will be a pretty small operation, about 5 acres of planted silvopasture and another 5 acres of forest that I can clear up for…"
Jan 31
Bing Cheah is now a member of silvopasture
Jan 17

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New York
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New York
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Sullivan County and Brooklyn
What is your occupation relative to silvopasture? (for example, owner/producer, extension specialist, agency specialist, etc.)
Owner, Interested in establishing a silvopasture system
Please describe, with two or three sentences, why you are interested in silvopasture. Your answer helps us ensure that only those people truly interested in silvopasture are added as members.
I recently bought ~100 acres in Sullivan County. My goal is to work with the natural and man-made features and systems there to build my own personal connection with the land and nature. I love trees and animals, and have always dreamed of stewarding a forest and planting orchards. Now I get a chance to do so. Silvopasture seems to be a great way to do all of these and care for animals in a productive way that I would enjoy.

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2021 Oxford Real Farming Conference - The Value of Trees in a Hotter Climate

Started by Brett Chedzoy Feb 23. 0 Replies

recording from our session this past January at the ORFC.  We already know silvopastures are awesome, but some great food for thought from the other presenters:…Continue

Growing Black Locust as a Timber Cash Crop in the Northeast

Started by Brett Chedzoy. Last reply by Bing Cheah Jan 31. 11 Replies

Posting the presentations here in the order they were givenContinue

Ecosystem Services from Silvopastures

Started by Brett Chedzoy. Last reply by Brett Chedzoy Nov 30, 2020. 1 Reply

One of the more interesting talks that I've heard over the years on grazing or silvopasturing was by Dr. Gene Garrett at the 2011 Northeast Silvopasture Conference titled: Silvopasture Ecosystem…Continue

Shade-tolerant forage seed species and sources?

Started by Ben Harris. Last reply by Ben Harris Sep 29, 2020. 14 Replies

As I thin some woods and open up some edge lines, I'm hoping to seed some perennial shade-tolerant forages. I'm mainly focused on wildlife at this point (I don't yet own livestock), and hope to get…Continue

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