Really enjoyed the video and it is really inspiring seeing this video. This is the ultimate farmer dream.. Regarding the field crops rotation (I believe Takota uses field rotation), can you clarify more in the rotation periods, crops used for rotation and how many fields (or rows) does he uses for the rotation ? Is it like JM Fortier planning?
hi i am a culinary herb farmer from Botswana, Africa. I would like to know how i can use regenerative farming with the type of crops (herbs) i grow. will i need to have mobile hoop-houses and poultry houses so that i can rotate them or im just going to need to grow more diverse crops than i am doing at the moment even though my vision was to just specialize on the herbs?
Wow! Another awesome video! Curtis, more videos on ‘Combination Farms’ (permaculture/commercial market garden) and strawbale structures as featured here would be great! Makes one think about coming up with the right combination for where you live….
Super cool, really enjoyed this, not just the information but getting some of the philosophy and reasons behind his methods was nice too.
For your Q&A with him next time I would be interested to know who he turns to for inspiration both from his past, present and looking towards the future? I get the feeling he has many sources of influence.