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Shana Hanson left a comment for Ricardo Zachrisson C.
"Never mind.  Now I see you are in Guatemala.  I hope that you have a much better season ahead. "
Sunday
Shana Hanson left a comment for Ricardo Zachrisson C.
"Wow!  I thought that this page was only people in the NorthEast, but it is world-wide?  In what country is your farm?  The weather is giving us new challenges.  Today is unseasonably cold here, a very slow…"
Sunday
Ricardo Zachrisson C. left a comment for Shana Hanson
"Hello Shana here int the tropics we have and use several native tree species, either by pruning or by letting the animals feed directly from the tree-shrub. My silvopasture operation is with cattle (brahman), natural pasture and shrubs, and in some…"
Sunday
Ricardo Zachrisson C. and Shana Hanson are now friends
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Ricardo Zachrisson C. posted a status
"Must reeducate silvopsature program to weather changes. Not enough pasture, forced to sell 200 heads (cows)."
Apr 11
Ricardo Zachrisson C. replied to Brett Chedzoy's discussion The forum turns 300!
" Hope can make it to Grass fed exchange conference."
Oct 16, 2017
Ricardo Zachrisson C. replied to Brett Chedzoy's discussion The forum turns 300!
"Great job Brett.   We are struggling to keep our goal of 500 Brahman mothers on or silvopasture project. This year we thinned out abt 200 acres of our oldest tweak wood forest <20 years old> from February through August. We obtained…"
Oct 16, 2017
Ricardo Zachrisson C. liked Brett Chedzoy's discussion The forum turns 300!
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State where you live or work?
Guatemala City
County where you live or work?
Guatemala
What is your occupation relative to silvopasture? (for example, owner/producer, extension specialist, agency specialist, etc.)
Owner/producer
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 grow and manage a 1,000 acre tropical hardwood forest in Northern Guatemala (Peten) and I am starting a silvopasture program in some areas of the forest.

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At 4:26pm on April 15, 2018, Shana Hanson said…

Wow!  I thought that this page was only people in the NorthEast, but it is world-wide?  In what country is your farm? 

The weather is giving us new challenges.  Today is unseasonably cold here, a very slow spring.   

At 4:28pm on April 15, 2018, Shana Hanson said…

Never mind.  Now I see you are in Guatemala.  I hope that you have a much better season ahead. 

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Tree leaf livestock fodder as component of silcvopasture systems

Started by Shana Hanson on Sunday. 0 Replies

I was honored to present at Agroforesterie Francais' Colloque Trognes this winter. Proceedings should be published soon. Many inspiring overviews of traditional silvopasture systems involving…Continue

SilvoPasture Program In Michigan

Started by Kable Thurlow Mar 28. 0 Replies

This walk was given by Brett Chedzoy via zoom at the 2018 Great Lakes Forage and Grazing Conference held at the Agroliquid Headquarters in Saint Johns, Michigan on March 7, 2018. Jerry Lindquist and…Continue

What is Silvopasturing?

Started by Brett Chedzoy. Last reply by Edmund Brown Mar 5. 17 Replies

This topic probably should have been discussed at the forum’s inception in 2011, but better late than never :) Two recent articles in the February, 2018 Stockman Grass Farmer covered many good…Continue

"Slash Walls" and innovative forest regeneration strategies - potential applications for silvopastures?

Started by Brett Chedzoy Feb 7. 0 Replies

The link below is for a blog on the Cornell forestry forum related to using logging debris (slash) for exclusionary fences to protect forest regeneration from deer pressure (or livestock pressure). …Continue

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