At Tamarack Lamb & Wool we use a system of grazing that mimics the wild buffalo called “mob stock grazing”. The flock is kept together as a herd and moved daily to fresh grass. This helps our livestock guard dogs keep them safer from wolves and coyotes without having to resort to lethal measures. The impact of the flock grazing followed by long periods of rest helps sequester more carbon from the air. This in turn helps plants develop deeper root systems, improve soil permeability so less rain runs off, and helps rebuild soil so that future generations can farm this land. All of this while producing a wholesome, savory product that is superior in nutrition and flavor.