We’re bringing you a very special episode with guest host Dr. Kathleen Delate. Tune in as she interviews 4 organic farmers and an organic researcher engaged in organic technologies that may offer some value in organic operations. As with all technology, the benefits of technological innovations must be evaluated along with any trade-offs, which are… Continue reading Innovations in Organic Agriculture Podcast
Organic integrated crop-livestock system provide multiple benefits for farm and family.
The local food system is one of the fastest-growing markets in agriculture. Learn more about using organic agriculture and sustainable crops and livestock in local food systems.
The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) supports organic integrity by developing clear information and guidance about materials, so that producers know which products are appropriate for organic operations. OMRI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides an independent review of products, such as fertilizers, pest controls, livestock health care products, and numerous other inputs that… Continue reading Organic Materials Review Institute
A book that provides knowledge of ecological processes involved in pasture growth and utilization and an understanding of how management influence those processes for good or bad.
Fact sheet on biosecurity for certified organic poultry operations.
Fact sheet that outlines the organic regulations for organic livestock production.
This resource is designed to help you calculate how much dry matter your animals get from pasture and demonstrate that you have a plan to comply with the National Organic Program requirements for pasture for organic ruminant livestock.
Part two of the webinar series. Korey Fauque and his wife Wendy farm 4,500 acres of dryland ground in northern Montana where there is a 10-inch to 12-inche average rainfall. They grow spring wheat, winter wheat, barley, canola, mustard, yellow peas, chickpeas, and cover crops. They run 70 head of Moderator cattle (Aberdeen Angus crossed… Continue reading Livestock and Crops: Korey Fauque’s Montana Dryland Farm Part II