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Noble Research Institute Brings Regenerative Ranching Course to Southern Texas 

Essentials of Regenerative Ranching will be offered Feb. 21-22 in New Braunfels, TX

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ARDMORE, Okla. (Jan. 24, 2024)Noble Research Institute, the nation’s largest independent 501(c)(3) agricultural research organization, will offer its first course of 2024, Essentials of Regenerative Ranching, in New Braunfels, TX, February 21-22. 

With a commitment to assisting farmers and ranchers in exploring and implementing regenerative management practices, Noble’s Essentials of Regenerative Ranching and Essentials of Regenerative Grazing courses offer attendees an immersive, in-person approach to learning the principles needed to enhance and restore the soil, improve the resilience of grazing land and reach livestock grazing goals through regenerative management.  

Course discounts are available for current students, tribal nations, active military and veterans. Next month’s session will be hosted at the Texas Wildlife Association, 6644 FM 1102, New Braunfels, TX, 78132, and ranchers and farmers interested in attending can register here

Current 2024 courses, dates and locations for Texas also include the following: 

Essentials of Regenerative Ranching 

  • March 13-14, 2024, in San Angelo, TX 
  • May 16-17, 2024, in Stephenville, TX 

Essentials of Regenerative Grazing 

  • March 6-8, 2024, in Hempstead, TX 

Essentials of Regenerative Ranching is a comprehensive two-day, hands-on course that combines classroom instruction with field demonstrations to enhance the rancher’s understanding and application of regenerative ranching principles. Topics covered include soil health monitoring, economic analysis, soil assessment, cost reduction planning, and setting stocking rates and grazing goals for improved profitability. 

The three-day Essentials of Regenerative Grazing course, designed for ranchers and farmers of all experience levels, equips participants with the skills to identify variables and resources to consider in grazing plans, determine the limiting factors of current grazing practices, develop a strategy to address forage production issues and establish goals for enhanced resilience and grazing production.  

“I was acquainted with the 6 Soil Health Principles, but I did not have a deep working knowledge of them,” said Tana McCarter, an Essentials of Regenerative Ranching attendee. “After attending the Noble training, not only did I learn so much, but I really feel like I can incorporate those principles into our life, ranch, livestock and produce.” 

To learn more about Noble Research Institute and its educational programs, please visit

Improve your land, your livestock and your livelihood… Today!

Build resiliency in your land and profitability for your ranching operation.

Improve your land, your livestock and your livelihood… Today!

Build resiliency in your land and profitability for your ranching operation.

Noble Research Institute is the nation’s largest independent agriculture research organization and public charity, supporting ranchers and farmers with research, education and mentorship for regenerating soil health to improve their land, livestock and livelihood. Since 1945, Noble Research Institute has been a leading, trusted resource in agricultural research and education dedicated to land stewardship. Demonstrating our ongoing commitment to regenerating our nation’s grazing lands, Noble actively manages 13,500 acres of working ranchlands to provide real-world insights and applications for farmers and ranchers.

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