A Leicestershire farmer's rotational grazing journey

Episode 330,  Mar 21, 03:23 PM

In this AHDB Food and Farming podcast AHDB’s Emma Steele, Knowledge Exchange Manager, chats to beef and arable farmer, James Herrick who farms 450 acres in Leicestershire.

They have a discussion around James’ grazing story and how he went from a traditional stocked farm to rotational grazing. James gives honest advice on how he started his rotational grazing journey and the benefits of grazing your livestock in this way.

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