Practical Ideas to aid you in reaching your aspired goals
Looking past symptoms to discover and resolve root issues
Serving farmers, ranchers, and city planners since 1978
Greg Brann Consulting offers expert land management planning and consultation services to farmers, ranchers, land preservation organizations, and public land managers. With a BS degree in Plant and Soil Science and extensive experience as the State Grazing Land Soil Health Specialist, Greg brings a wealth of knowledge to his role. As a featured speaker at conferences and grazing schools nationwide, Greg is dedicated to sharing his expertise. From the vast 100,000-acre Fort Campbell Military Base to smaller diversified farms, Greg has developed tailored land management plans that offer practical ideas to help clients achieve their goals. In addition, Greg hosts an annual “Pasture Walk” where farmers, researchers, and ag and environmental specialists come together for open discussions and friendly conversations about synergistic land management. Trust Greg Brann Consulting for effective solutions that go beyond surface issues and address the root causes of land management challenges.
Greg Brann Consulting is renowned for Greg’s extensive knowledge of soil health, grass and livestock management systems, and plant identification. His deep understanding of plant communities as indicators of land productivity has made him a steadfast resource for land owners and managers who are passionate about understanding nature’s ability to regenerate land. With over 40 years of experience in land and pasture management, Greg has had the privilege of witnessing his plans transform land under the exceptional care of land managers. His attentive planning has resulted in the transformation of more than 200,000 acres.
Big Spring Farm Annual Pasture Walk
Join us for our annual pasture walk and spend the day with like-minded farmers, graziers, researchers, and friends. This pasture walk is a discussion, a place to ask your burning questions and get insight into issues facing farmers here and now. Bring samples of your problem weeds or grasses to help with your pasture inventory. We’re all here to help along the way to regenerative farming.
This year, we’ll discuss the year past and what’s to come in the year ahead.
Silvopasture, weed management, grass, clover, and forb mixes, application of regenerative practices on farms big and small, water points, resource concerns, multi-paddock and multi-species grazing, high-density grazing, sacrifice paddock management. fly control, and hay feeding.
Right now, on the farm, we’re raising beef and dairy cattle, pigs, hair sheep, wool sheep, dairy sheep, and chickens.
For the past 15 years, attendees of our pasture walks have heard me talking about our CRP ground that’s been set aside for 15 years. This year, that land comes out of CRP, so we’ll discuss how to plan to take these fields from wilderness to managed pastures.
Your desire to map a course for land regeneration begins with understanding the root causes and moving forward with a solid plan.