E55. The Power of Observation and Adaptation with Leo Arnold

In this episode, Leo Arnold talks about his journey grazing corn stocks with Stocker cattle in southwest Nebraska. He discusses his educational experiences in the Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship and working in New Zealand, as well as the invaluable lessons gained from the Greg Judy Advanced Grazing School. We also delve into the differences in pasture management between the East and West coasts of New Zealand, exploring the use of nitrogen and fertilizer, various farm types, and calf rearing techniques. Lastly, we discuss the benefits of attending Wally Olson's marketing school, attending grazing schools, and the importance of record keeping for tracking progress and investment returns in agriculture.

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