Our Cows & Quail workshop was a huge success and has received quite a bit of attention. Clay Coppedge recently wrote an article in Country World News. Here’s an excerpt from the article, where Clay quotes Dale Rollins from the Texas Agrilife Extension Service & Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch and one of our expert speakers…
Diversity, he said, is the key for both livestock and wildlife. Diversity is more important than grass production for those managing land for livestock and wildlife simultaneously, but it’s important to keep grass when it does grow. Evaluating the needs of cows and quail requires looking at the situation from “under the brim of a camouflage cowboy hat” to determine if the grass is fodder, fuel, mulch or nesting habitat…. Read More
Biological diversity and looking at the “whole” of a situation are important building blocks in the practice of Holistic Management and certainly apply when managing for both livestock and wildlife. HMI plans to host more Cows & Quail workshops in the future. If you want to be notified of upcoming workshops, please be sure to sign up for our e-newsletter.
G&H Land and Cattle Co. says
Please send info on Cows and Quail class.
Owner Operator A-Diamond Ranch and
The Jojoba Beef Company
P.O. Box 1872
Oracle, AZ 85623
Sandy Langelier says
We are still planning our cows & quail program for 2013. I’ll add you to our mailing list, so you’ll get the information when it is ready.