Whether a big operation or a small family farm, any tips on how to better run a farm is welcome advice in the farming community.

That sharing of advice is the idea behind the Coulee Graziers, a group of farmers from the Coulee Region who visit and tour other farms and talk with other farmers about grazing dairy farms.

The Graziers offer the opportunity to network and learn through farmer-led discussion to improve profitability with environmentally-sound farming practices.

Around 25 people joined the most recent event at the Kling farm in Taylor, Wis. with representatives from some small- to medium-sized farms and even some who were just looking to start their own farm.

Nate Kling, who runs the farm with his wife, gave a short tour of his land and some of the practices he uses when grazing cattle and how to manage them properly.