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Can you still practice regenerative agriculture in the winter?

January 17, 2022

Yes! While it may seem like when everything goes dormant for the season, our work with the farm and the environment around us slows down. That is true, but there are ways we can prepare for winter and during the winter months that still keep the environment, in particular, soil health in mind.

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Regenerative agriculture: it’s the foundation of what we do on the farm

January 6, 2022

For our goat farm, regenerative agriculture is really at the core of everything we do.

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Blog content planning for 2022

January 3, 2022

As the new year begins, so does a new plan and set of goals for my farm business. This year I’ve decided to set the content to my blog for the entire year. Yes, the whole year. I’m taking a nod to my old days in corporate communications and as an editor and taking a more through approach to planning. It’s a more thoughtful approach to providing you with more meaningful content related to goats, whether that’s about raising them, grazing them or on the marketing side.

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ebook: Goat Meat Primer is here!

December 2, 2021

It’s FINALLY here! I’m SO excited to share the Goat Meat Primer ebook officially launches today!

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Community Partnerships: Farm Table Foundation

November 23, 2021

Farm Table Foundation: Farm Feature
Interview with Leslie Svacina, Owner and Farmer of Cylon Rolling Acres, Deer Park

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Bale grazing: Good for the soil, pasture + livestock

November 17, 2021

Now that we’re in the in between stages with grazing and the full, on set of winter, we’ve begun to feed hay to our meat goats.

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goats in the winter

Transitioning our goats for winter

November 11, 2021

In the next few days we will start to merge our breeding groups of goats together for the winter. The timing is right. Our pasture is about done for the season, the temps are starting to shift, and all the breeding groups have been together with the bucks for several weeks.

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Perimeter fence for goats

October 26, 2021

As we got started raising goats it was important for us to have a fencing set up for our goats that was secure (as it can get for goats) so we don’t have to be always monitoring it’s effectiveness. We have a lot going on in our lives outside of the “farming” part of the farm.

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Goatober Farmer Profile: Laura and Lee Hazeltine

October 25, 2021

Meet Laura and Lee Hazeltine of Integrazers in Northern California. Integrazers is a vegetation management business, running sheep, goats and cattle. In addition to the wildfire prevention work they do with their livestock, they also market their lamb and goat meat commercially. I’ve enjoyed see the work Laura, Lee and their team of shepherds do on Instagram.

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