Walt Davis author of How to Not Go Broke Ranching
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Walt Davis spent fifty something years as a working rancher with interests in west Texas and in
southeast Oklahoma. After almost going broke following the advice of high tech agriculture
experts, he spent years developing a biological approach to ranching based on planned
grazing management. Biodiversity exploded under the new management with beneficial
organisms from dung beetles to earthworms increasing as pest organisms decreased.
Expenses dropped as production increased so that the ranch was consistently profitable. For
the last twenty years or so, he has worked with land owners, ranchers and both public and
private organizations as a management consultant, advisor and teacher. He is in demand as a
speaker and over the years has spoken to a diverse collection of audiences on his passion for
good land management. He is a past president of Holistic Management of Texas and of the
Oklahoma Land Stewardship Association and is vitally interested in promoting land use that is
profitable, sustainable and user friendly.
Walt is one of the people featured in the recently published book Texas Legacy Project: Stories
of Courage and Conservation. A video of the interview with Walt for this book can be seen at
the Texas Legacy Project website.
Walt has demonstrated on his own operations and on client operations that ranching and
farming can be financially profitable while improving the health of the land. He is the author of
numerous articles published in the Farm Progress family of magazines and in The
StockmanGrassFarmer. He has published two books, How to Not go Broke Ranching, and A
Gathering at Oak Creek and has three more in the works.