Mob grazing at South Glanton Farms

Ryan Boyd2023-11-22

Embark on a tour of South Glanton Farms in Manitoba, where Ryan Boyd and his family are raising Black Angus cows using a mob grazing system. This regenerative practice mimics the way migrating ruminant herds like bison once roamed the Prairies, boosting soil and ecosystem health.

“I think grazing should be integrated into every farming system the world over. Grazing offers unprecedented, unparalleled opportunity to implement diversity on the landscape. And at the end of the day, it's the diversity that makes everything cycle as nature intended.”

This short film is part of the Stories of Regeneration campaign.

Duration: 10 min.

Available in: English, French

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