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tatiana L Stanton replied to Yotum Almor's discussion Woods-pastured pigs and goats
"I think that going with the goats first and following with the pigs is a better idea than going with pigs and then following with goats but you'll need to do some experimenting to see what works for your woods.  One thing I do want to…"
Jan 6
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New York
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Schuyler and Tompkins
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farm owner and extension specialist
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I farm with goats and also work as a goat/sheep extensionist so am interested in management practices that allow trees, brush and livestock to be comingled in a productive and resilient fashion.

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