This weeks episode is part one of my two part conversation with Joseph Hubbard of Olsburg, Kansas. Joseph has a large diversified ranch made up of 450 cow/calf pairs, 800+ stockers, and 2000 sheep managed on around 10,000 acres of Kansas prairie! In part one we discuss his sheep production model both on pasture and in a feedlot setting. We discuss the EZ Care breed and rambouillet sheep and why each breed has a purpose in his operation.
Check in next week when I will share part two of our conversation focused more on cattle and a few other topics!
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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jared-luhman4/episodes/69-Joseph-Hubbard---Part-1-Sheep-Production-e1j6et9