Links to offsite videos can also be found on the Soil Health Links menu.

Bill Legg, Lawrence County Farmer, Discusses Soil Health with Greg Brann, TACD Soil Health Specialist

Jimmy Standefer on the Benefits of No Till, Cover Crops, and Rotational Grazing

Jim & Johnnie Sue Phillips On the Benefits of Rotational Grazing

Randy Winter, Cocke County Producer on Rotational Grazing, Water Quality and Herd Management

Jeff Wilder, Greene County Producer Talks about Rotational Grazing

Brain Dooley, Hawkins County on Rotational Grazing, Bale Grazing, and Grass Fed Beef Operation

Butch Lay, Monroe County Producer on the Benefits of Rotational Grazing on his Organic Dairy

Jan Johnson on the Benefits of Rotational Grazing

Corey Ippolito Vineyard & Winery - Rotational Grazing in their Vineyard

Terry Gupton, Cumberland County Producer on Rotational Grazing

Jim & Deanna Malooley On Rotational Grazing in their Grass Fed Lamb and Beef Operation

John Abe Teague on Providing Shade, Improving Pastureland, and Rotational Grazing

James England Discusses Compost, Soil Health, and Rotational Grazing

Tim and Tommy Colbert, Chester County

Tim Bishop, Chester County

John Moore, Chester County

Willis Jepson, Robertson County

Ray Sneed, Shelby County

Brad Cochran, Madison County

Matt Griggs, Madison County

Russel McGlothlin, Sumner County

John Verell, Madison County

Marty Hinson, Gibson County

Karl Forsbach, Hardin County

Mark Klepper, Greene County

Nick Combs, Greene County

Ricky Essary, Hardin County

Kenny Hamilton, Monroe County

Danny Powell, Cannon County

Ed Sumara, Lake County

Jason Crabtree, Obion County

Don Norwood, Henry County