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A big part of silvopasturing is sound rotational grazing skills. I teach a 6-week on-line "Grazing Management" course for the Cornell Small Farms program starting at the end of this…"
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Planning on implementing a silvopasture rotational grazing system (for pigs, cows, and chickens) on a 300-acre nonprofit educational farm/forest. I just graduated from college with an unrelated engineering degree and need to catch up in educating myself on how best to do this on this piece of land.
A big part of silvopasturing is sound rotational grazing skills. I teach a 6-week on-line "Grazing Management" course for the Cornell Small Farms program starting at the end of this month. That, and other courses related to the livestock you mention are available through: Courses & Trainings - Cornell Small Farms
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I recently purchased 500 acres in the southwest corner of North Carolina. The property contains around 30 acres of developed pastures. There are another 100 acres of forest that was selectively…Continue