It’s Time Graziers Gain Economic Leverage

By Bart Davidson 

It was an absolute pleasure for us here at MaiaGrazing to host Dallas Mount, CEO of RMC (Ranch Management Consultants/Ranching for Profit) today on a new webinar called Gaining Economic Leverage with Planned Grazing. In this educational session, Dallas opened with a great quote by Burke Teichert to encourage us to re-think the art (and business!) of grazing: “Soil first, then grass, then animals.” – and it just got better from there.

 

The quote really sets the scene for the webinar, where Dallas shared some gems on: 

  1. Exploring an important mindset shift from being functionally busy running livestock, to mastering the fundamentals of running a business that runs livestock, based on principles to produce optimal return on investment.
  2. A relatable case study walking through common grazing challenges and uncovering ways to migrate from loss to profit by framing the problem that will help to identify profit-driving solutions – including the beautiful maths of grazing that we should truly understand and appreciate.
  3. His three secrets to profitability that can lead to 50% – 200% growth in carrying capacity, whilst improving landscape and soil health based on simple and sound principles. 

I’ve included the complete webinar recording at the end of this post, I highly encourage you to set aside an hour of your time soon to watch it. You can also send Dallas or me a message about the webinar, lock in a MaiaGrazing demonstration, or see how MaiaGrazing supports your journey to gaining economic leverage here.  

Dick Richardson Soil Carbon Masterclass

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