Perhaps you have incorporated less tillage, year-round living roots, covered soil, and plant diversity on your farm. All have enhanced your farm’s viability. You have increased your soil’s organic matter, crops are more prolifi c, and you have fewer weeds and pests to deal with. Still, you have the nagging idea that something is holding you back from realizing the full profi t potential that regenerative agriculture
brings. You sense that adding livestock is the next step to complete the nutrient-cycling loop and achieve more profi tability. But how? You don’t have one fence on your place. And not one cow, sheep, or goat. What now?