19. Will Harris – Five Species of Livestock for Meat Production

As a fourth-generation cattleman, Will Harris, manages the land that his great-grandfather settled in 1866. White Oak Pastures raises ten species of livestock and poultry. For this episode we discuss the five species used for red meat production as well as Will’s journey.

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17. The Rewilding of Timshel Wildland

This episode features an interview with Daniel Griffith of Timshel Wildland. We discuss his journey to holistic management and the happenings on Timshel Wildland. Then we dive into his forthcoming book Wild Like Flowers.⠀

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15: Cold Turkey for Regenerative Agriculture

With deep roots for a first generation regenerative agriculturist, August Horstmann went cold turkey on old practices as he implement regenerative practices. It hasn’t been a easy journey as each success was met with wrong steps. However, he is noticing changes especially in his profitability.

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12: Swales, Trees, and Livestock in the High Desert of Colorado

On today’s interview, we have Jake Takiff. Jake and his family operates Cedar Springs Farm where they are utilizing rotational grazing and regenerative practices to promote healthy soils and ecosystems. On today’s episode we discuss swales, trees, cattle and hogs.

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11: Raising Hogs in the Woods While Grazing Grass with a Flerd

Scott Hauck of Sacred Song Farm discusses the rotational grazing of pigs, cattle, sheep, and chickens. We discuss raising hogs in the woods as well as breeds and management. Among the topics covered are flerds, leasing land and Katahdin hair sheep.

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