This is the world’s longest and most comprehensive eBook on sustainable, profitable, natural farming and gardening, with many alternatives to chemicals. It also gives Human Health information and tips on investing profitably, all with no advertisements.
There are many colour photographs, and the cost is a fraction of a printed book, especially due to the low sales of agricultural books, which would make its cost prohibitive. GrazingInfo is a technical publication, and the best things about it, are that it is not commercial, so is honest, and is updated regularly. Some chapters are up to version 4.1 which is forty one updates. You can ask questions and make comments. The most pleasing aspect is that in the first year, we received 53 thanks and testimonials.
eBooks are the way of the future. All or parts can be printed, e-mailed, etc. Internet published items are now many more than printed publications. Also they can be updated which I have done to most, and to some 50 times.
The information contained in both the Chapters and the Spreadsheets is practical and profitable, easy to read in simple language, and backed by trials and photos.
Vaughan’s unique 60 spreadsheets software programs first written in 1985, still lead the farming world and are used by many, including the NZ Livestock Improvement Corp (LIC), who at his suggestion with evidence from farms and from USA, changed from Breeding Index which meant nothing, to Breeding and Production Worth in 1987. In February 2013 Lincoln University recommended setting the most profitable number of cow numbers to milk, as done by using the spreadsheet called Dairy Cow Numbers for Max Profit.
The establishment’s Overseer is incomplete in that it has no mention of leaf analyses which Ruakura’s Dr Ken J. McNaught, a practical Ruakura scientist, in the late 1950’s, showed that pasture analyses were far more accurate and more useful than soil tests, inwhich some scientists argue over recommended figures.
The Waikato Times wrote, “A dairying farmer couple from Walton, Waikato, lost NZ$244,000 in 2009 and were about to lose their farm because their bank would not lend them more, contacted Vaughan Jones and used his GrazingInfo eBook, and over four years changed to a profit of $300,000 pa. Farmers who apply adequate LimeMagPlus (see Minerals in Soils, Pasture & Animals > Calcium) can stop using urea so grow more clovers, eliminate ryegrass pulling, facial eczema and pasture rejection from mould, and reduce weeds - without any spraying. Doing all the above and feeding animals Solminix makes them healthier, without internal parasite treatment.”
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The Spreadsheets package at NZ$230.00 (including GST), or US$190.00, is the most profitable investment many farmers have ever made. Included are "Lime and Fertiliser Nutrient Planners", "Dairy Cow Numbers for Maximum Profit", Cash Flow and Budget spreadsheets which have saved farmers tens of thousands of dollars.
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