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In this three-part series, you will meet three farmers who have spent their beginning farming years creating processes to make a regenerative pasture system work for their farms.

In part one, we’ll learn about creating an efficient watering system – which is helpful when planning rotational grazing. Bill and Stacey have added water lines and developed a portable water tank system to improve the way they water their Low-Line cattle on their diverse livestock farm. Join us as Bill shows us what they have done and improved in designing this system.

Host: Bill Borrenpohl | Woven Strong Farm | Facebook

The Farm: William and Stacey Borrenpohl started Woven Strong Farm, just south of Dubuque, Iowa, in 2010. The family raises Low-Line cattle, hogs, chickens and meat goats on pasture.

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