One of the greatest minds in agriculture is a guest on the HOMESTEADucation podcast today. It’s our deepest honor to talk sustainable farming and ranching with the very brilliant Dr. Temple Grandin. @temple_grandin
Angela @axeandroothomestead and Mandi @wildoakfarms are discussing her paper entitled “Grazing Cattle, Sheep, and Goats Are Important Parts of a Sustainable Agricultural Future,” which explores the importance of rotational grazing, stock density, and cover crop foraging—and understanding that every farm is different as climates are different. There is no one-size fits all approach.
You can easily find this online if you’d like to read Dr. Grandin’s work. And we hope you’ll listen to this very special episode of the @homesteaducationpodcast , available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Angela is the farmer and content creator behind Axe & Root Homestead® LLC. This historic six-acre permaculture farm is home to two Clydesdale horses, ten honeybee hives, five sheep, two guardian dogs, barn cats and a flock of 40 geese and ducks. The farm produces maple syrup, fruit from a small orchard and loads of garden produce for consumption, preservation and donation to the local food pantry.
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