"Yes I read the definition in your love story, and the "New area" is kinda what confused me. If it grows in my area, but not on my property, am I introducing it to a new area? I guess technically I could be, but it could be in the woods…"
Hi,My family and I have a small pasture poultry farm and we are looking at purchasing a 43 acre farm which has about 32 acres of woods . My first thought was clearing it and turning it into pasture,(which I didn't exactly like) until I read an article by Penn State on raising heritage Turkeys on silvopasture. After googling silvopasture it sounded to me like their natural environment, and gave me a whole new plan for the property. I have many questions, which I'm going to try find answers for…See More
"I'm glad you posted about Black Locust, as I was slightly confused about growing it here in NY. I read that it was an evasive species, but I've seen it posted for sale. I'm guessing if it's properly maintained, the state is…"
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I'm interested in purchasing a place that has 32 acres of woods. My first thought was clearing it and turn it into pasture. Then I read an article by Penn State on raising heritage Turkeys on silvopasture, and the lightbulb went on in my head. Now we're looking at raising heritage breed turkeys, cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry.
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