East-Texas rancher Christine Martin’s journey to regenerative agriculture and raising grass-fed livestock started with the desire to produce food that could address the root causes of her own health symptoms.
Here are some of the lessons I have learned through my regenerative grazing transition while managing a stocker herd for the Noble Research Institute.
An international coalition announced a $19 million research project aimed at understanding how a farmer or ranchers’ grazing management decisions impacts soil health on pasture and rangeland (commonly called grazing lands) and – in turn – how soil health can positively impact a producer’s land and well-being.
Herbivory, fire and rest are natural processes that drive landscape-level plant community changes. We use these powerful processes to steward landscapes.
Troy Swift shares how Swift River Pecans in Fentress, Texas is finding success in their orchards with regenerative agriculture practices.
Noble staff share some observations about the difference in cattle behavior since our transition to regenerative management practices on Red River Ranch.
Integrating trees, forages and livestock with a silvopasture system can boost income and soil health while reducing the need for outside inputs.