Comeback Farms, Greg Judy

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If you have six cows or 6000, you can utilize High Density Grazing to create fertile soils, lush     pastures, and healthy livestock. Greg Judy, the master of custom grazing, shows how to earn    profits with little risk while using other people’s livestock on leased land. With grain and fuel  prices rising, Judy details how to work with nature without costly inputs, and let the animals be  your labor force. Comeback Farms takes up where Judy’s previous book, No Risk Ranching  ended. Here, he shows how to add sheep, goats and pigs to existing cattle operations. He details  fencing and water systems that build on existing infrastructure set up for Management-intensive  Grazing. Sharing his first-hand experience (the mistakes as well as successes), Judy takes  graziers to the next level. He shows how High Density Grazing (HDG) on his own farm and those he leases can revitalize hayed out, scruffy, weedy pastures, and turn them into highly productive grazing landscapes that grow both green grass and greenbacks. Comeback Farms contains the following: * Multi-species grazing * Developing parasite-resistant hair sheep flocks * Developing grass-genetic cattle * Selecting, training, and caring for livestock guardian dogs * Calving with High Stock Density Grazing * High Density Grazing fencing techniques * Judy’s proven favorite fencing equipment * Diagrams for HDG fencing and paddock moves * Benefits of High Density Grazing * And more By following Judy’s examples, you’ll keep your fields green and your livestock grazing year-round. In the process you’ll be pocketing your profits.

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Testimonials

This is the brewer that Dr. Elaine Ingham from the Soil Food Web Institute supported us developing in Australia, it has commercial reliability, is easy to assemble and clean, is effective with extracting the organisms out of the compost and into the solution and is effective for water circulation as well as water aeration.  
Paul Taylor, Trust Nature