I'm going to grow a few acres of winter wheat this year; I'll harvest it next summer. I'm tilling the ground to do that, but without using a drop of diesel or an hour of tractor time. Pigs do a great job all by themselves, and they enjoy doing it.
I've got a couple of lengths of electric net fencing that I use mostly to keep the cows away from the pig feed, and partly to keep the pigs in, but mostly the cows out. The pigs feeders are full; despite having free-choice feed available they'll eat every bit of their greens with relish, and even dig up most of the roots.
|After on the left, before on the right|
|Tillage in progress|