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Compassion in World Farming: Power Grazing


“Tim May has known farming all his life. His 2,500 acres of land near Basingstoke, Hampshire, has been in his family for four generations.

It’s a big farm, ten times bigger than the UK average. At thirty-four years old, married with three small children, he’s seen the farm go through a predictable transition, with hedges ripped out to make fields bigger for chemical-driven arable cropping.

Now he’s trying to do something different...”

Learn all about ‘power grazing’, which demonstrates the ways that grazing animals can be used as a tool to recuperate the soil.