10: Making More with 2 Cows than 100 Cows

In this episode of The Grazing Grass podcast, Cal talks with Michelle Lancaster of Spirited Rose Farm about dairy cows, planting alfalfa, breeds of sheep and wool production. Michelle and her husband Jay, operate Spirited Rose Farm in Eastern Washington. On their small farm, they demonstrate how to use regenerative practices no matter your farm size.

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9: Grazing 500 Paddocks in a Semi-Arid Environment

In this episode of The Grazing Grass podcast, Cal talks with Marcos Jeffers from Jeffers Cattle Company in Mexico. Marcos discusses his regenerative approach to their semi-arid environment and how he has reacted to having a drought this year. Marcos also explains how he manages his records for 500 paddocks.

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8: Grazing and Milking Water Buffalo in Colorado

In this episode of The Grazing Grass podcast, Cal talks with Jose of Rocking TT Bar. Jose is originally from Venezuela and has studied animal and brain science from Montana State University on a scholarship. He now operates a family farm in Colorado. Jose discusses his journey of grazing grass with Water Buffalo. He also tells about how he utilizes a mobile milking area and uses it to improve his pastures.

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7: Peri-urban Grass Farming with Dual Purpose Livestock

In this episode of The Grazing Grass podcast, Cal talks with John Lakey of Lakey Farm in Australia about converting CO2 into soil carbon by regenerative farming and their plans for the future. John runs an operation of sheep, goat and cattle on his farm in the volcanic plains on Melbourne’s outskirts.

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2. Multiple Species Grass-Finished for Direct Marketing


In this episode, we talk with Jonathan Kilpatrick of Bent Tree Farms about their operation and grass management.  Bent Tree Farms is located in southeast Oklahoma and they produce grass-fed beef, grass-fed lamb, and pastured poultry.

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