We first covered this back in 2015. Here’s the third part in the series with some updates suggested by On Pasture readers. If you’ve missed the first two, here they are: How Much to Pay for Leased Pasture – 2018 Doing the Math on Pasture Rental Rates Part 1 Animal Unit Months Figuring pasture use… via […]
Over the last few months, my Boneheaded Beef Business Blunders articles have related how I’ve been burned by ineffective land lease and custom grazing contracts. As a result, I’ve changed what I include in contracts. 21 more words via Everything You Need to Include in a Farm/Ranch Lease Contract – Part 1 — On Pasture
A sturdy fence and secure gates are necessary for cattle. Fences can be made of various materials including wood, barbed wire, woven wire, and electric wire. It is necessary that you compare prices of various outlets because prices can vary significantly. Many cattle owners find high tensile/electrical or woven wire or a combination of both […] […]
The Wire Dawg is used with your skid loader and post hole digger to wind up old barbed wire. Add a Wire Pup for rolling up, storing, and unrolling electric fence wire.