Just heard about this alleged school shooting in Oxford, Michigan (not far from my home town). Some strange details that have me wondering and thinking about the 6 week cycle business.

Is it just me or does this type of crap only happen with the dems in the white house?

youtube.com/watch?v=-mXGMg5PeB

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After 13 years of this after transitioning from a feedlot style operation, pastures are not lush, diverse and insanely productive. Many people will start feeding hay in May or June with the slightest span without rain (we average over 40inches annually, mind you) and continue all summer and winter. Here, hay is bought from neighbors and stored for inclement weather or to bed down areas with poorer soil. Less inputs, better outcomes.

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I'll add an anecdote from our farm in central VA. The average soil organic matter on land in the county is 1-2%. Here we average 5-7%. What's the difference? Management intensive grazing. Where the average farm will continuously over-graze one or multiple large paddocks, we move hundreds of head of cattle(or sheep) in tight groupings where they spend anywhere from 12-48hrs grazing a single smaller paddock.

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I can keep going. Moral of the story, regenerative agriculture is not simply a buzzword or simplistic gimmick. It is making real impacts on farmland and helping farms become more profitable while increasing the value and production of our agricultural landscapes.

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Nicole Masters is a world renowned consultant who does incredible work on large farms and ranches, again, helping them both increase production and reduce inputs while increasing the bottom line.
youtu.be/iwkNUeBPZKw

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Greg Judy has proven you can both regenerate cheap or free leased land AND make a profit with multiple grazing species, no tractor, and cheap solar electrified fencing.
youtu.be/I25g8zeeMXM

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Joel Salatin is surely the face of diverse family farms and regenerative agriculture. He integrates many species into a harmonious farm system that outprpduces conventional ag on a per acre basis both in food and profit.

youtu.be/ASIg3QTUZjY

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Ray Archuleta is a firebrand soil consultant and shows how degrading conventional tillage, herbicide and industrial chemical farming are, and works with hundreds of producers across the country to help them reduce tillage, increase soil carbon content, increase yield and reduce inputs.
youtu.be/nNMdWnfjs8s

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This fellow Russell Hedrick in NC is doing incredible work regenerating beat up hill farms and becoming a millionaire in the process by growing grains and legumes: youtu.be/RARFGkX3HBI

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Gabe Brown is probably the leader in proving that you can outproduce conventional producers using a no-till, cover crop and low to no herbicide or nutrient input system.

youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCe

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