Gary Zimmer: Understanding Soil Fertility and Nutrient Exchange MP3

Gary Zimmer


Gary Zimmer, an author and farmer in Wisconsin, spoke at the 2012 Acres U.S.A. annual conference about how the basic tenets of soil fertility and nutrient exchange can help large- and small-scale farmers change the world ... for the better.

Gary Zimmer is founder and Chief Visionary Officer of Midwestern BioAg. Known as the "father" of biological agriculture, Zimmer is an internationally known author, speaker, and consultant. He owns Otter Creek Organic Farm, a family-operated, award-winning 1,000-acre farm near Lone Rock, Wisconsin, and has been on the board of Taliesin Preservation Inc. since 2011. Zimmer is the author of two books, The Biological Farmer and Advancing Biological Farming, and numerous articles on soils and livestock nutrition.

Zimmer holds a bachelor&'s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master's degree in Dairy Nutrition from the University of Hawaii.

(1 hour, 8 minutes, 32 seconds) 

Interviews with Eco-Agriculture Legends

The 2018 Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show

Our goal for the Acres U.S.A. 2018 Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show is simple and clear ─ that this is the most useful conference on agriculture you’ve ever attended.