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Noble Rancher Articles
Regenerative Agriculture category
Integrating trees such as a pecan orchard with your grazing system adds biomass to soil, shade for livestock and potential new income for your ranch.
Proper grazing planning and management can use animal impact to help, not hurt, important water-based ecosystems on your ranch.
Learn more about capturing maximum value for the cattle you raise regeneratively.
Ranchers with both sheep and goats can market four combined lamb-and-kid crops annually – with proper planning.
Land management decisions have consequences – both good and bad – for your ranch’s watershed and the health of your bodies of water.
It may not be literally everything, but the pesky brush species goats do eat make them a powerful land management tool. Here are tips for making their diet work in your favor.
Providing a welcoming habitat for quail and other upland game birds can benefit soil health and your bottom line.
Noble Research Institute livestock consultant Robert Wells offers best management practices that can help ranchers survive market- and weather-related disruptions and allow for more profit year-in and year-out.
Planting cool-season cover crops that match your ranch’s management goals and environmental conditions can improve your land’s diversity, soil health and ecological processes long term.