Johnny Rogers is Program Coordinator for North Carolina State University (NCSU) Extension’s Amazing Grazing Program. He works with pasture-based livestock producers throughout North Carolina. Currently, the program’s emphasis is on the benefits of adaptive grazing using temporary fence and managing pastures for improved soil health.
Outside of his current role at NCSU, Johnny owns and operates Rogers Cattle Company, LLC. The family farm consists of beef cattle, hair sheep, free range poultry and pasture raised pigs. They also offer Red Angus seedstock and commercial cattle, seedstock and market sheep, and pasture raised meats both on the farm and at farmers markets.
His previous professional experience includes serving as a lecturer at NCSU (ANS 402 Beef Management) and a Beef Cattle Specialist at Purina Mills, LLC (Land O’Lakes, Inc).
Johnny graduated from University of Tennessee, Knoxville with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences and earned his master’s degree in Animal Nutrition from North Carolina State University.