September 24, 2015 to September 26, 2015
Three-Day Grazing School
September 24-26, Dale Stickler’s Farm & Fine Arts Community Center, Courtland
Whether you’re a beginning, intermediate, or advanced grazier, this 3-day workshop will help you move forward to the next level. Key concepts of stocking rate, stock density, residual, intake, and balancing use and recovery will all be covered in detail along with more advanced topics of year-around grazing and feed allocation. The combination of classroom and field sessions provides both the conceptual and practical application of Management-intensive Grazing. – Jim Gerrish
Topics include: What is MiG and what can it do for you? What really matters in grazing management…stocking rate, stock density, residual, intake, balancing recovery and use? Creating high quality pastures. Grazing management in the field, managing cow costs, Grazing cell layout and design, stock water and fence developments, estimating pasture availability and allocating feed, how to plan for year-around grazing, effectively grazing winter pasture. How do I know it will pay? What are other people doing around the country?
For more information on upcoming workshops sponsored by Amazing Grazing, call Mary Howell at 785-562-8726 or visit Amazing Grazing’s Web site at amazinggrazingkansas.com.