In the Vineyard at Hanzell: Mob Grazing

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At Hanzell Farm and Vineyard in Sonoma, Jason Jardine, president and director of winemaking, explains how the property’s menagerie of chickens, sheep, geese, pigs and more are critical to controlling the cover crops as well as improving soil health.

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