Adam Kramer, President of Black Sand Granary, discusses the ‘why’ behind using cover cropsClick Here to Read "From Cover to Cover: A Systems Approach to Cover Cropping"
Karl Dallefeld, co-founder of Prairie Creek Seed, discusses strategies to incorporate cover crops into your current farming operations, including timing of seeding, combining with fertilizer application, and the optimal seed varieties for the Tainter Creek climate.Click Here to Read "Seeding Success: Cover Crop Best Practices in the Tainter Creek Watershed"
Dr. Jasmine Dillon and Dr. Megan Machmuller get in the weeds on soil carbon dynamics.Click Here to Read "Oh The Places Carbon Can Go: What Do I Need to Know as a Farmer?"
In this webinar, Keith Berns of Green Cover Seed discusses cover crop seed mix design from beginning to end.Click Here to Read "Fix Your Mix: Using Management Goals to Create Diverse Cover Crop Seed Mixes"
In this nuts and bolts webinar, Dr. Andrea Basche discusses strategies to boost cover crop benefits, such as ideas for maximizing biomass growth for grazing.Click Here to Read "How to Treat Your Cover Crop Like a Cash Crop"
This webinar, featuring Dr. Kris Nichols, focuses on cover crops and grazing as ways to stimulate carbon flow to soil biology, and how using these practices can build resilience to weather, pest and disease issues, and increase overall profitability.Click Here to Read "Grazing Cover Crops for Resilience"
This webinar, a collaboration between the Pasture Project and Delta Institute, digs into the report “The State of Grass-Fed Value Chains in Illinois” and discuss our continuing work to advance grass-fed value chains in the state.Click Here to Read "The State of Grass Fed Value Chains in Illinois"
This webinar discusses common myths about grazing cover crops. Meghan Filbert of PFI presents information from recent grazing cover crop field trials and the experiences of farmers using the practice.Click Here to Read "MYTHBUSTERS: Grazing Cover Crops"
In this webinar will feature three presenters who work with grass-fed producers to help ensure the quality of their practices and resulting product achieves profitable market recognition.Click Here to Read "Options for Marketing Your Grass-fed Beef & Dairy"
Running a successful grass-fed production process is only possible and sustainable on the long-term when appropriate and efficient logistics are in place. In this webinar, presenters will share decades of experience moving cattle from pasture to processing to the plate.Click Here to Read "Grass-fed Beef Logistics: Transport, Processing, Distribution"