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RESOURCESWatch videos of Allen and Jacob Hubbard discussing water, fencing, and grazing practices on the CEP VIMEO channel!
VOICES FROM THE FIELD
Managing for Conservation, Efficiency, and Family
Lucinda Stuenkel’s, labor-saving innovations, including building a calving barn, relocating winter feeding sites, and installing a video surveillance system, have saved time and energy and positively impacted water quality. The grass-fed beef operation benefits from the integration of no-till with cover crops, which enables the family to graze approximately 60-65 cow/calf pairs year-round on the Stuenkel farmstead near Palmer, KS.
Prioritizing family time, conservation, and efficiency, the Stuenkel farm saves water, improves water quality, saves energy, and leaves plenty of time to enjoy both the family and the farm. Lucinda says,
"If you take care of the soil and water, it will take care of you."
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