Sustainable Ranching Revolution Comes to America with Grazing Pioneer, Johann Zietsman’s First Teaching Tour in the U.S.
Learn from the acknowledged expert in Ultra High Density Grazing Johann Zietsman on his inaugural teaching tour of America with methods to restore land and build soil while yielding much higher profits. Mr. Zietsman is the Holistic Management practitioner acknowledged in Alan Savory’s Holistic Management Handbook as the ﬁrst person to use Ultra High Stock Density Grazing.
Deland, FL (PRWEB) July 12, 2013
The sustainable ranching revolution comes to America as acknowledged pioneer in ultra high density grazing system Johann Zietsman visits the U.S. for the first time on a teaching tour. He will share his innovative system that serves the dual purpose of generating much more profit per acre while greatly improving and restoring the land and its soils.
Johann Zietsman and Jaime (Jim) Elizondo Braun are bringing this sustainable model of revolutionary ranching to America hosting several 3-day hands-on workshops to teach how to implement the methods described for a variety of ranching situations. Johann and Jim also will be offering ranch consulting on a limited basis.
3 Day Sustainable Ranching/Regenerative Courses:
July 10th-12th in Basset, NE Chad Peterson Ranch
July 29th-31st in Fairview, OK Kim Barker Ranch
August 5th-7th Deland, FL – Jim Elizondo
August 12th-14th in Newtown, MO Doug Peterson Ranch
Mr. Zietsman is a renowned grazier and livestock breeder from Zimbabwe who studied under noted livestock researcher and author Jan Bonsma in Pretoria, South Africa.
He is the Holistic Management practitioner mentioned in Alan Savory’s book "Holistic Management Handbook" as the first person to use Ultra High Stock Density Grazing known to build soil and restore land.
Jim Elizondo is from Mexico and has been using regenerative grazing with cattle for many years and has implemented all of the practices that will be discussed on his own ranches in Mexico. He is currently working with sustainable ranching methods in a long-term edible silvopasture installation in Florida.
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