Added by Maureen Kilgore on January 24, 2023 at 5:43pm — No Comments
Orchard Manager ++
(full time & permanent)
All For One One For All (AOOA) is a 14 acre non-profit regenerative silvopasture farm, farm stand, education center and soon restaurant and small scale distillery in New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley. The name of the farm is inspired by the famous proclamation in Alexandre Dumas’ Three…Continue
Added by alix daguin on November 13, 2022 at 11:14am — No Comments
Some interesting research results emerging from this SARE funded project.
Added by Adam Downing on October 17, 2022 at 12:24pm — No Comments
10 Videos of Producers utilizing Silvopasture!
Personal experiences, best practices and challenges
Thanks to the initial effort of Dr. John Fike & John Munsell to get $ NAC and an awesome videographer and especially to all the producers who shared their talent & time.
On behalf of The…Continue
Added by Adam Downing on August 4, 2022 at 3:46pm — No Comments
I'm a student in Mizzou's agroforestry program and I'm intending to write a paper on apple (Malus spp.) varieties and cultivars that might work well for establishing in multi-tree species silvopastures. There seems to be more research and discussion about sheep grazing among apple trees than there is for cattle, yet I know grazing cattle under apples is common in parts of central Asia (e.g. Kyrgyzstan) and Europe (e.g. Poland). Ideally, I'm looking for something that could be…Continue
Added by Matthew Fagan on February 19, 2022 at 3:02pm — 3 Comments
Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Oswego County hosted a free online workshop through Zoom on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This workshop explored some of the different ways the small farms community can develop greater resilience by adopting agroforestry practices. This workshop gives a broad overview of agroforestry with special attention focusing on forest farming and silvopasture. Guest speakers were Professor Emeritus Dr. Kenneth Mudge, from the School of…Continue
Added by Joshua Vrooman on December 29, 2021 at 12:29pm — No Comments
Thanks to the help of Brett Chedzoy, Julie, Monica, and me were able to complete a videos series on silvopasture that will help educate producers and foresters in Michigan. Click here https://www.morningagclips.com/forages-forests-and-livestock/ to see what we were able to accomplish.
Added by Kable Thurlow on August 25, 2021 at 8:05am — No Comments
(1) PROBLEMS WE WERE SOLVING WITH THIS PROJECT
In 2013 our family acquired a 23 acre property that was the first site where EAB was detected in Monroe County. From what we have learned, in an attempt to control the EAB the Ash were all cut, and apparently so were the accessible Oaks and Black…Continue
Added by Joanne Vaughn on September 16, 2020 at 7:55pm — No Comments
Hey Folks. I wanted to share this video I made of an experiment ensiling tree and shrub species in a five gallon bucket. I was inspired by a Mexican Agave silage project, where they ensiled Agave leaves in five gallon buckets for a nutritious climate fighting solution using livestock and climate appropriate food producing polyculture systems. I foresee a time where it will be more expensive to use a tractor to make round bales, and silage for winter feed. I also foresee a time when more and…Continue
Added by Jonathan Bates on August 31, 2020 at 1:27pm — 3 Comments
Short and sweet!
NYSH Researcher Highlight: Steve Gabriel on Agroforestry
Added by Jonathan Bates on January 16, 2020 at 10:03am — No Comments
Thought I'd share this video I just uploaded about my silvopasture forage estabishment trials in Brooktondale, NY. Enjoy!
Added by Jonathan Bates on December 17, 2019 at 9:47pm — No Comments
I'm looking for the best ways to get trees into active pastures, while having livestock grazing. I haven't yet found an option that is cheap, effective, and low-maintenance enough to really qualify for large-scale plantings.
I'm also interested in what folks have tried, and what has worked/not worked.
Here are the current best options I see:
Fool-proof but expensive:…Continue
Added by Austin Unruh on February 5, 2019 at 1:15pm — 1 Comment
hi i am new here and looking for advice. i live in extreme northwest ohio and am in my 50's. my goal is to get my 3 angus breeders 1 bull and 6 calves part of my farm to be as self sufficient and low maint. as possible for my retirement.
i am currently putting in high tension perimeter fence utilizing honey locust post cut from my woods. i have 3 -1.5 acre front open pastures with permanent water and am working on fencing and thinning an additional 10 + acres of woods. the wooded…Continue
Added by jeff eby on December 10, 2018 at 9:41am — 6 Comments
Cornell's ForestConnect program is facilitating a network of forest vegetation practitioners to identify research needs and collectively build knowledge of safe and effective techniques. This network will focus on vegetation management in forest and woodlot environments using herbicide, mechanical or livestock methods. …Continue
Added by Peter Smallidge on September 5, 2018 at 9:27am — No Comments
There is no end to the falsehoods, innuendo, and misconception that is offered against the benefits and valueof grass-fed livestock. Here a recent blog, of UK origin, that addresses some of the more common errors of thought. It's well worth the read.
Added by Peter Smallidge on April 10, 2018 at 4:18pm — No Comments
We are offering these webinars to share knowledge and in support of our Kickstarter campaign for a new book on Silvopasture, coming out this June.
Wednesday, February 28
12pm - 1pm EST
The Potential for Silvopasture
Learn about different combinations of animals, trees, livestock from around the world with farmers Steve Gabriel and Brett Chedzoy.
Monday, March 5
12 - 1pm EST
Added by Steve Gabriel on February 24, 2018 at 8:16am — No Comments
Even before commercially thinning ~80 acres of the woods on our farm, I had come to appreciate the challenges of controlling the vegetative response to letting in more sunlight.
In open pastures, the grazier can readily mow, spray or even till and re-seed to deal with noxious weeds and invasive brush. But livestock impact is often the only practical tool for managing vegetation in tree-covered silvopastures. Consequently, silvopasturing relies on intensive rotation of higher…Continue
Added by Brett Chedzoy on January 26, 2018 at 9:30pm — 8 Comments
Added by Edmund Brown on October 12, 2017 at 6:30am — 4 Comments
Added by Edmund Brown on October 12, 2017 at 6:11am — No Comments
Knowledge and information in agriculture is a mix of research, application, and experience that is never from a single individual, but rather a collective experience shared in the minds of many. We all benefit from sharing our experience.
A new book on the Agroforestry practice of Silvopasture, by Steve Gabriel, has the explicit goal of telling the story of what we know - and don’t know – about the concept of integrating livestock production with trees and forestry.
Added by Steve Gabriel on April 5, 2017 at 7:42am — No Comments