Tag Archive for grazing

Utilising Native Breeds for Conservation and Regenerative Grazing

This will  be of interest to anyone who’d like to find out about Breed traits and their values for different grazing systems Economics of native breeds Native breeds in grassland, scrub, wood pasture mosaics Importance of native genetics in regenerative grazing systems Tom Blunt has been Field Officer for the Rare Breeds Survival Trust since October 2015. RBST are working… Read more →

Can Sheep Be Regenerative?

Herefordshire Meadows member Rich Thomas is starting to bring regenerative approaches to the farm and is currently trialling the best approaches when grazing sheep and cattle together. This podcast explores his experience of regenerative agriculture whilst working with herbal and diverse swords. If you missed this podcast here’s the link: ReGenAg Chat Ep. 7 with Rich Thomas on Can Sheep… Read more →

Opportunities for farmers making the most of grazing – Russell Carrington PFLA webinar

Last weeks Transforming the Future of Land Management webinar had a great introduction to Pasture Fed Livestock Association with Russell Carrington talking about Opportunities for farmers for making the most of grazing. Lucy Bates from LEAF then talked about Integrating Resilience. Russ describes the importance of diverse swards for pasture fed livestock systems. You can listen again to the presentations … Read more →