[NAFEX] Livestock in Orchards-Many orchards in neglected state, aerial study finds

mIEKAL aND qazingulaza at gmail.com
Sat May 7 10:49:39 EDT 2011


Turkey Ridge uses hogs then follows with chickens & then burros.  Branches
in their orchard seem to be at pretty typical heights ....

~mIEKAL

On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 8:56 AM, Naomi Counides <naomi at oznayim.us> wrote:

> Yes, somewhere along I read that branches started at 5 feet.  If you have
> livestock you know why.  Branches below that would get pruned for lunch.
> Our
> dwarf and semi dwarfs.. I do not know if they were the reason for moving
> the
> livestock or resulted as from having done so.
>
> Naomi
>
> "I am a solipsistic conspiracy theorist.  I am sure I am up to something,
> and I will not stop until I find out what."
>
>
> http://xkcd.com/842/  Jan 3, 2011
>
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>
> (I didn't realize that grazing animals in the orchard was a traditional way
> to maintain the orchard floor.  Makes sense.  Turkey Ridge Organic Orchard
> has a lot of success doing that in our area. ~mIEKAL)
>
>


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