Yeah, you can buy his books on Amazon. The vids are well worth the wait and listening to for the information if you truly want to change your pasture, your soil, the way you raise your animals, for the health and profit of your herds, etc.I hate watching videos. I want the information now, not 20min later peppered through a rambling video.
Anyone have text to read on what this is all about?
I thought so! I'm learning so many little tidbits from this man's YT channel and other folks who post his talks. I have just small acreage and very few animals, but he has shown me the possibilities and how to realize them, even if in a small way.These are very helpful videos!!
What kind of sheep do you raise?I thought so! I'm learning so many little tidbits from this man's YT channel and other folks who post his talks. I have just small acreage and very few animals, but he has shown me the possibilities and how to realize them, even if in a small way.
If I can pull it off here, it will realize all the dreams I've had about this place....that we actually make money~even if it's a small amount~instead of spending money mowing it each year.
I'm still unsure about what size to implement on my strips/paddocks for the number of sheep I'll have, but I guess that's something I'll find out through trial and error.
I'm raising Katahdins right now but in the past I've had both Katahdins and St.Croix/Katahdin cross sheep.What kind of sheep do you raise?
It's always helpful when people share their experiences and their trials and errors..you can learn a lot from other people's mistakes too!
I plan on getting sheep soon and I think these videos will help a lot with that.
I used to have St. CroixI'm raising Katahdins right now but in the past I've had both Katahdins and St.Croix/Katahdin cross sheep.
I too think it's valuable to talk about one's mistakes...if I am learning from them, could be someone else could too.
They do! I've always felt it was possible to never deworm nor flush with or feed grain and Mr. Judy has proved that over and over. I want to do that here also and I have no problem culling hard for the ability to do it.I used to have St. Croix
When I had them I did everything natural/holistic for them...feed, supplements, de-wormer....everything! They did really well. I had 2 acres for 6 sheep...they never had hay because I was in Hawaii at the time. They always had healthy lambs, no hoof issues or parasite overloads.
I think living in TN, things will be a little different but I still plan on doing everything as holistically as possible and these videos give great tips on pasture management etc