Goals & Objectives with Jim Gerrish

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This week: Pay What You Want Experiment


Welcome to the SGF podcast! Our mission is to help create a healthy planet and people through profitable grass-based livestock production.

This episode comes from The Grassroots of Grazing School.

Jim Gerrish discusses “Goals and Objectives” and the importance of exploring these.

Jim Gerrish is an independent grazing lands consultant providing service to farmers and ranchers on both private and public lands across the USA and internationally.

He can be contacted through http://www.americangrazinglands.com.

His books are available from the SGF Bookshelf (https://www.stockmangrassfarmer.com/bookshelf)

or at the SGF Digital Bookshelf https://www.stockmangrassfarmer.digital/pdf-books


the downloadable version of Kick the Hay Habit (read by Jim) is here


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Read some of his writings?

What Is An Investment In Paddock Fencing Really Worth? Jim Gerrish tackles this:



Flexible Grazing Cells Work Almost Anywhere https://www.stockmangrassfarmer.digital/blog/flexible-grazing-cells-work-almost-anywhere-by-jim-gerrish


To download this section of The Grassroots of Grazing School for free, to check out other links, and to see special offers, visit us at  https://www.stockmangrassfarmer.digital/profile


Grassfarming is a 24-7 job and you can’t always get away. 

So we’ve put together this podcast, so that you can listen while you work (or whatever you’re doing) but always on your schedule. Whenever and where ever you want.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.stockmangrassfarmer.digital/podcasts/the-stockman-grassfarmer-podcast/episodes/2147635746