Shawn and Beth Dougherty on Farmsteading

Shawn and Beth Dougherty on Farmsteading Utilizing managed intensive grazing to maximize benefit for land and animals.   Shawn and Beth have been farming together since the 1980’s, for the last twenty years in eastern Ohio, where they manage 24 acres designated by the state as ‘not suitable for agriculture’.  Using intensive grazing as the primary source…

Housing Animals on an Urban Farm

Housing Animals on an Urban Farm By Liz Greene If you’re looking to expand your urban farming effort to include animals, it’s important to check your city’s zoning codes to determine what animals are allowed — and under what conditions. If you have approval from the city, consider getting your neighbors’ blessing before you buy…

Wake Up Your Urban Farm WIth Livestock! Creating Value and Balance… with a Side of Eggs and Milk

Registration Coming Soon! Classes run on Tuesdays at 11am Mountain time from November 3rd to December 1st (excluding November 24th) Wake Up Your Urban Farm with Livestock! is a 4-week online course based on simple (yet powerful) design ideas: Considering how elements on your farm fit together for mutual benefit, Understanding flow and streamlining your farm for efficiency, Reducing inputs…

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