Savanna Restoration Series: Part 2

| 8/7/2015 4:15:00 PM

Tags: Farm On The Hill, Oak Savanna, Savanna Restoration, Wisconsin Savanna, Driftless Region Farm, Rotational Grazing, Management Intensive Grazing, Bryan Havens, Lori Havens,

Lori Havens(Read Part 1 of my Savanna Restoration Series HERE.)

(Read Savanna Restoration: Part 3 HERE)

(Read Savanna Restoration: Part 4 HERE)

Here at Farm on the Hill, we are faced with the problem of a lush but tired hayfield in great need of food: the natural fertilizer that grazing ruminant animals can provide.


8/11/2015 11:01:17 AM

Lori, fences really do make the homestead. Investing in quality fences is a good thing. Reclaiming land and returning to a more natural state is admirable. I am a firm believer that we should try to work with nature and not try to control nature. ***** Have a great tree planting day on the homestead.

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