We are farmers that know vegetation and know how to manage it at solar arrays.
We are producing solar grazed lamb, a unique product that comes from dual location, dual land use.
With our income from solar grazing, we reinvest in the local and regional agricultural economies.
Our team has spent hundreds of hours investing time and energy founding the American Solar Grazing Association, or ASGA. ASGA has produced information freely available to help you understand solar grazing at www.solargrazing.org
Not typically. None of the sites we have managed have raised racking.
Modern ground mounted arrays tend not to need much adjustment but we do recommend 30" between the ground and the bottom of the first row of modules. This is not for the sheep themselves as they are able to pass beneath the panels, rather for the other farm equipment that is typically employed for solar site maintenance.
- A tensioned perimeter fence, flush to the ground.
- A seed mix for grazing is preferred. This is often a substitution from the the fescue-turfgrass mix sometimes used at solar sites.
- A source of fresh water for the sheep to drink is a good investment
- Contact us to learn more details
Yes. Our business carries commercial liability coverage for grazing and auto.
We offer grazing contracts in New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont for 2021