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  • Backing Up Your Hand……

    The admirable effort of growing of top-quality grass-fed beef represents a master class in delayed gratification.  We need to be prepared for the long game with animals in all different weight classes in order to have a steady supply of finished cattle with enough fat on them for the premium steaks people expect.  Animals that perform on pasture are hard to find and ...

    Posted at February 13, 2017 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 0 Comment
  • Building the Farmstand……

    Build it and they will come.  After years of selling our grass-fed beef (contract grazed for us locally) without really having a place, we are blessed to have earned the support of a visionary owner interested in improving the land and supporting local agriculture that is economically and environmentally sustainable.  Tomorrow we break ground on a beautiful timber-framed farmstand at Cloverbud Ranch in Portsmouth, ...

    Posted at February 9, 2017 | By : | Categories : Small Farms | 0 Comment
  • Santa’s Other Helpers……

    Grazing animals provide an amazing benefit to the land, the soil and the plants they consume as long as they apply an appropriate amount of pressure at the right time and the ground receives adequate rest between visits.  Manure deposited around the pasture builds fertility - valuable slow-release fertilizer that feeds soil microbes & remains available to plant roots - not subject to runoff.  Hoof pressure ...

    Posted at December 25, 2016 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 0 Comment
  • All In With A Pair of Jacks…….

    As the polar vortex bears down on southern New England with a double-barreled blast of Arctic air and 50 mph winds, this grass-fed beef producer is learning the value of the old Yankee farmer's simple truths - be prepared and have a back-up plan.  We head into the first winter caring for our own herd on a large leased property rather than leaving them contract grazed ...

    Posted at December 16, 2016 | By : | Categories : Grass Fed Beef | 0 Comment