Tractor Time Episode 28: Dr. Paul Dettloff, V.M.D., author, livestock specialist (from 2007) Hosted by Ryan Slabaugh / Sponsored by BCS America and Albert Lea Seed Good day, and welcome to Tractor Time podcast brought to you by Acres U.S.A., the voice of eco-agriculture. This is a special episode, our 28th in our series, that will feature a friend and guest to Acres U.S.A., Dr. Paul Dettloff. A special thanks to our series sponsors, BCS America and Albert Lea Seed, who make this all possible. Dr. Paul Dettloff has spent 50 years in large animal veterinary practice, working with farmers all over the world to help them think differently. He was well ahead of his time pushing grass as cattle feed, and working with holistic, proven tools that operate completely independent of the technology booms happening today. His new hardcover book, Dr. Paul Dettloff’s Complete Guide to Raising Animals Organically, has captured his work in a fascinating, comprehensive way. We were very proud to be Dr. Paul’s publisher of the book, which is available now. We are also very proud that Dr. Paul will be talking at our Eco-Ag Conference this December in Minneapolis. He will be leading a full day Eco-Ag conference session on soil preparation for cattle, cattle feed systems and will allow folks to peek inside his vet bag. He’ll add on a workshop too about A2A2 milk markets that should be very helpful for today’s dairy farmer looking for diversification techniques.. The last time he talked was 2007, and we wanted to share that talk with our audience today. It’s a fascinating story Dr. Paul weaves around his career as a veterinarian, and how he discovered organic along the way, and helped champion the growth and rebirth of old veterinary tools so important to sustainable and organic farmers. So, here’s Dr. Paul’s talk from 2007, titled “Enhancing Vet Tools.” It’s more than just a story about livestock. It’s a story about how we treat animals, and how those animals can feed our farming ecosystems. Learn more about Dr. Paul here. Subscribe to our channel on YouTube, iTunes or anywhere podcasts are available. Also, find us on www.acresusa.com, www.ecofarmingdaily.com, and don’t forget to subscribe to our monthly magazine. Thanks for listening, and have a great week ahead.