Feeding the Cattle and the Soil Pays Off

October 26th, 2017

Cornucopia’s Take: The Land Stewardship Project interviewed a dairy farmer in Minnesota about how mob grazing on healthy pasture has saved money in feed and paid off in cattle and land health. Cornucopia recommends consumers buy milk and meat from organic farmers using sustainable practices like these.

Ear to the Ground 192: Healthy Soil, Healthy Profits
Land Stewardship Project

A dairy farmer finds more microbes in the soil means more money in the bank.

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