If you’re a cattle guy, don’t overlook this episode just because today’s guest is a goat producer from Iowa. Adam Ledvina reveals how goats can yield significant profits on terrain that’s unsuitable for cattle or even sheep—such as steep slopes with dense woods, brush, and weeds. He elaborates on his success in developing a low-input, profitable goat herd and highlights how commercial producers can achieve substantial profits per acre. By integrating goats with cattle, farmers can diversify their operations and enhance profitability.

Resources Mentioned:

Practical Farmers of Iowa
Stockman Grass Farmer

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