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When ecologist Allan Savory ordered the slaughter of over 40,000 elephants from African deserts to try and stop desertification and the problem actually got worse, he was so devastated that he dedicated his life to finding out the cause and solution to desertification.
The amazing discovery that Allan Savory made was how intensive-grazing animals, like we do here at Brookfront Farms, is the ONLY way to re-green deserts and save the world.
We hope you enjoy this presentation from TED talks 2013.
Gabe Brown is a nationally renowned speaker and pioneer in the soil health movement. Gabe & his family operate a 5000 acre diversified farm in North Dakota which includes crops, pasture, and beef cattle.
His operation focuses on regeneration of soils and farm resources using a systems approach which includes no-till, diverse crop rotations, diverse species cover crops, and grazing.
His success with this systems approach has made him a true “low cost producer”, giving him the ability to move beyond sustainable.
The salad bar beef production model offers hope to rural communities, to struggling row-crop farmers, and to frustrated beef eaters who do not want to encourage desertification, air and water pollution, environmental degradation and inhumane animal treatment.
Because this is a program weighted toward creativity, management, entrepreneurism and observation, it breathes fresh air into farm economics.
Greg Judy and his wife Jan run a successful 1400 acre livestock grazing operation in Missouri founded on the principles of holistic, high density, planned grazing that results in sustainable lush forage.
Greg willingly shares the “how-to” of his operation through public speaking and writing to enable others to create a successful business based on his grazing techniques.