More Sheep, More Grass, More Money
- Good Grass + Good Sheep = Profits
- Pasture Lambing for Profits
- High Cost, Low (no) Profit, High Failure
- Sheep Breeds and Where They Fit
- Owner Attitude and Workload
- Shed Lambing a Grazing Flock
- Learning From Your Losses
- Picking Strong Grazing Replacements
- The Grazing Flock's Health Program
- Nutrition: The key to the Sheep Ranching Success
- The Grazing Flock and Guard Dogs
- The Truth About Sheep Fences
- Sheep Dogs and Working Corrals
- Sharp Pencil Sheep Farming
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John S from Montana
I read this book 10 years ago. I gleaned a lot from it. The livestock guard dog chapter was spot on. I thought the drift lambing was interesting but I only have 100 acres not 50,000. Today I am in an intensive rotational grazing program and I am using drift lambing during my first rotation of the year.
Makenna J from Kentucky
I believe this book is helpful to people wanting to raise sheep. I'm not particularly fond of the author, which is why it has three stars. Nevertheless, I found a great deal of his ideas so brilliant and well thought out that I have to recommend it to all sheep raisers who are serious about their profession.
Andrew G from Mississippi
This book is incredible. I learned a lot of new information about the basics of raising lambs on pasture. The knowledge in the book helped me save thousands of dollars in mistakes.
The book reads REALLY easy. I read the book in three hours. If you are planning on raising (and eating) grass fed lamb then this is a very good investment of money and time.
Tauna P from Missouri
Started out with some real no-nonsense ideas, but then went opposite of their ideals. Nevertheless, i really respect and appreciate them fearlessly sharing their mistakes. It was encouraging to me.