About Knuckleball Ag

Our story, services & team

About Knuckleball ag

Mission

Here at Knuckleball Ag we strive to make a positive impact on the agricultural community as well as the greater food system. We work to give farmers and ranchers tools to successfully run their operations with a focus on regenerative practices and animal welfare. We make positive change on the larger food system so that organizations can better support hard working farmers and ranchers who are making a difference.

Story

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Our Philosophy

How do you cultivate and sustain client relationships? What can clients expect from you?

The main idea is to give someone something tangible about your process and way of caring for your business and clients.

Whole-system thinking, long term relationships.

Why is it inspiring to do this work? What changes would you most like to see in the world that come about based on your business and business like yours?

Earth Impact

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How we can help

Animal Welfare

Design and achieve low-stress grazing and handling conditions for pasture-based livestock.

Regenerative Design

Plan multi-year, full-farm holistic and regenerative management systems. Integrate livestock and produce.

Data Collection

Analyze soil composition and forage nutrition, evaluate livestock operations, soil maintenance practices and crop management, monitor soil moisture and pest management.

Compliance Plans

Prepare for Animal Welfare and CCOF certifications and audits. Meet and maintain Animal Welfare and CCOF certification requirements.

Kind Words about Knuckleball ag

“We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Paul in developing new guidelines for ranchers at our Bay Area certified farmers’ markets. Paul’s practical experiences as both a rancher and livestock auditor are invaluable in helping to shape standards for integrity that will benefit our ranchers, market managers, and shoppers. Paul has proven he is a ‘systems thinker’ who wants to help setup our organization for long-term success.”

Andy Naja-Riese

Agricultural Institute of Marin

“Paul has a strong handshake to go with his strong work ethic. It’s been his “can do” attitude that’s carried us through the many challenges of transitioning in an Organic Certified operation. We couldn’t have done it without him!”

Keith Oesterling

Western States Ranches

“We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Paul in developing new guidelines for ranchers at our Bay Area certified farmers’ markets. Paul’s practical experiences as both a rancher and livestock auditor are invaluable in helping to shape standards for integrity that will benefit our ranchers, market managers, and shoppers. Paul has proven he is a ‘systems thinker’ who wants to help setup our organization for long-term success.”

Andy Naja-Riese

Agricultural Institute of Marin

Meet the Team

Paul

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Molly Rose

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Good farmers, who take seriously their duties as stewards of Creation and of their land’s inheritors, contribute to the welfare of society in more ways than society usually acknowledges, or even knows. These farmers produce valuable goods, of course; but they also conserve soil, they conserve water, they conserve wildlife, they conserve open space, they conserve scenery.”

– Wendell Berry

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