Troy can help you become a more successful grazier. Just pick the tab that works best for you!
Make your life easier and more profitable with a grazing chart!
After seeing the difference grazing charts made for him and his farm, Troy developed and led a project funded by Northeast SARE to put together a range of charts to respond to farmers and ranchers needs no matter how they ran their operations. The project, called “Utilizing Holistic Planned Grazing as a Regenerative Engine for Sustainable Agriculture” also trained agency specialists in the use of the charts.
To get your own FREE grazing chart, click on the one below that best fits your operation size and number of paddocks. It will open in this window as a PDF. Save the file to your computer and you’re ready to go. If you want your chart to be big enough to hang on your wall and write on it, you’ll need to take it to your local copy shop to have it enlarged. That takes the cost of this priceless tool up to about $4.
- 10 Month (April 2014 – January 2015) Dated 20 Paddock Chart
- 10 Month (April 2014 – January 2015) Dated 40 Paddock Chart
- 12 Month (April 2014 – March 2015) Dated, 20 Paddock Chart
- 12 Month (April 2014 – March 2015) Dated, 25 Paddock Chart
- 12 Month (April 2014 – March 2015) Dated, 30 Paddock Chart
- 12 Month (April 2014 – March 2015) Dated, 40 Paddock Chart
- 12 Month (April – March) 20 Paddock Chart – Add your own dates (It’s timeless!)
Need some good advice?
Troy has been helping farmers improve their grazing and pastures for the past 15 years. He specializes in:
- On-farm practical, hands-on grazing planning assistance with an emphasis on helping farmers chart their grazing progress while meeting their goals.
- Phone consultations for specific grazing challenges and opportunities
- Fencing for success – layout advice
- Grazing system layout and infrastructure needs
Sometimes you just need a Facilitator.
With 8 years working with the Madison Soil and Water Conservation District, Troy knows the ins and outs of coordinating with agencies to make everyone happy. Call on Troy for assistance with:
- Working with the Natural Resources Conservation Service to enhance grazing plans and their implementation
- Reviewing grazing plans and infrastructure layout done for farms by agency personnel
Worried about the details of transitioning to organic?
Troy can assist you in making the change to organic by:
- Acting as a grazing focused team member of a quality review audit of your organic plan
- Validating grazing plan calculations to meet Organic Standards and providing information on what is required to meet rules and regulations
- Supervise and teach monitoring of pastures, and helping you set up your monitoring so it can be done by interns working for you.