e86. Getting Started in New Mexico with Nitesh Sakpal
Grazing Grass PodcastDecember 13, 202300:56:2051.64 MB

e86. Getting Started in New Mexico with Nitesh Sakpal

In this episode, beginner rancher Nitesh Sakpal shares his transformative journey from conventional to regenerative farming. He talks about his experiences with Balancer cows, a cross between Gelbvieh and Red Angus breeds, and discusses the importance of rotational grazing and regenerative practices. The episode also delves into the challenges of managing mesquite trees, mechanical grubbing, and the benefits of working with the NRCS for grazing projects. Finally, Nitesh offers his advice for those starting out in the ranching world.

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