New York Times bestselling author Forrest has been farming professionally since 1996. His new book Growing Tomorrow, Behind the Scenes with 18 Extraordinary Sustainable Farmers Who Are Changing the Way We Eat debuted October 2015 by the award-winning press The Experiment.

7 responses to “3 Secrets of Free-Range Farms”

  1. Estee

    So lovely!

  2. Mary Cook

    Guess you really shocked that college student. Thanks for being such a good steward of the land! Wish we had more farmers like you!!!!!

  3. Phil Lepanto

    I work with a guy that does urban composting. He refers to worms as livestock.

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  5. Nick Johnson

    Forrest,
    Have you written any articles on being a grass farmer?
    My girlfriend and I have recently started raising Black Mulefoot pigs and I want to be able to restore the pastures that have not been managed well for many years.
    The Horses, Pigs and Chickens are all Organicly fed now…but I really want to provide them with the very best grass to eat from spring to fall.
    Thank you for all the great articles.

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