"Great! Thanks for the tip!
Yep, I have found a few real close, though I am still working on getting permission to harvest adequate quantities! Longer term, I like what you're promoting here, and it sure makes sense to integrate…"
"Doesn't seem like it'd be too hard to find some local stands of locust in Tioga Co, PA.
A potential future source of "improved" black locust is Twisted Tree Farm nursery just north of you in Spencer, NY. Akiva is…"
Hi, I just moved to Tioga County, PA and am looking for a some harvestable black locust trees for fenceposts. Having browsed this site, I am now also interested in seeds from "straighter than average" trees, as the silvopasture idea seems to make good sense.Does anyone in the vicinity have excess black locust which I…See More
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While looking for more black locust, I found your article on grazing amongst black locusts. I have a few cows in TX, but just moved to a small farm in PA to start a grazing operation here (cow/calf, likely sheep & goats as well).
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Please excuse my lack of knowledge on Silvopasture. Bear with me as I have some questions that may be a little "beginnerish.My wife and I have begun thinning/clearing a wooded section of our property…Continue
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