grazing meat goats

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Hi I'm Leslie

I'm a full-time farmer in Western Wisconsin where I raise meat goats and sheep on pasture using regenerative and rotational grazing practices.

I created this website because
I had so many people reaching out, both locally and beyond, wanting to know more about how I was raising and marketing goats.

I also recognized that it IS so hard to find information in this space. I wanted to share what I've learned along the way and reduce your time searching the depths of the internet.


Wisconsin Leaders of the Land Feature

Recently I was profiled by the Wisconsin Farm Bureau as part of their Leaders of the Land series. In it I discuss various aspects of our sustainable grazing practices including goals, challenges, partners and resources.

Local and state lead resources are fantastic for connecting you with peers for true boots on the ground learning experiences when looking to develop a sustainability plan for your own farm.

Who do you partner with to advance sustainability on your farm?

As a first generation farmer, being able to partner with larger groups to help jump start and guide our sustainability initiatives has been huge. In particular, the NRCS has been essential in helping us do a lot of the heavy lifting.

Raising meat goats while working to maintain sustainable grazing practices on our farm is something that’s taken a lot of careful observation and trial and error over time.

What are your sustainability goals?

Finding ways to utilize and sustainably manage and improve all of our land is my biggest sustainability goal.

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