Dave Scott has 35 years of experience with intensive multi paddock grazing, first with dairy cows and the last 14 years with sheep. Presently he and his wife operate Montana Highland Lamb with 180 ewes and close to 300 lambs on 32 acres of irrigated pasture in southwest Montana. For the past five years, Dave and Jenny have concentrated on controlling small ruminant internal parasites through innovative grazing strategies, creating strategic refugias, and genetic selection.
Dave is also a livestock specialist for National Center for Appropriate Technology and its ATTRA Program. https://attra.ncat.org/ He contributes practical “how to“ publications and videos for the sustainable farmer and rancher. Implementing adaptive practices to build soil health and lessen inputs are Dave’s chief interests.