While mapping software and aerial images help analyze grazeable acres, a Noble Research Institute grazing study shows there’s no substitute for knowing your ranch at ground level.
The more we use systems thinking in land stewardship, the more we reduce unintended consequences of management decisions on soil health and ecosystem services.
Joe and Jeannie Dobson return to their roots to enjoy the family land after years of city life.
Dave Wingo turns a hobby into an integral part of his farming and ranching operations.
Chuck Coffey uses prescribed fire to boost the land’s health and ability to support beef cattle.
Brent and Sheri Kuehny begin building a cow herd in order to better achieve their goals.
Yates Adcock seeks to continually improve the land so it will provide for generations to come.
Noble Research Institute builds relationships with these farmers and ranchers and helps them reach their goals so they can pass on a legacy of healthy land for generations to come.
Producers can save money by using native grass as a standing hay crop when overwintering a cow herd, since the supplemental feed costs are less than feeding hay plus supplementation.