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“I knew the ranch wasn’t making money, and if we wanted our kids to stay here and be part of the operation we couldn’t afford to keep doing the sheep and cattle thing.”
Reed Suelflow has a passion for soil health, rotational grazing, and cover crops. “It may seem a little weird to some people. I’m OK with that.”
Cover crops give Barry and Eli Little more options for grazing cattle and cutting costs.
The Rohrbach ranch split 2,000 acres into 18 paddocks and increased herd size.
The Rittberger ranch depends on a mixture of its own private land, checker-boarded with tracts in the Buffalo Gap National Grassland.
How the Cammack family built plant and wildlife diversity.