Silvopasture is the practice of integrating trees, forage, and the grazing of domesticated animals in a mutually beneficial way. It utilizes the principles of managed grazing, and it is one of several distinct forms of agroforestry.
According to research, pastures with trees absorb five to ten times as much carbon in biomass and soil than pastures without trees. They also aid farmers by providing shade for animals and a variety of food sources, as well as increased income from the production of nuts, fruit, timber, and forest goods such as mushrooms, as well as better soil fertility and biodiversity. Higher meat and dairy yields appear to be better for the animals and the soil, and the farms are more robust due to the variety of revenue options.
Areas We Serve (Silvopasture)
we serve the following areas in North and South Carolina