Mob Grazing and Silvopasture Walk

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Mob Grazing and Silvopasture Walk

Time: August 21, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Wyebrook Farm
Street: 150 Wyebrook Road
City/Town: Honey Brook, PA
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Phone: (717) 274-2597, x119
Event Type: pasture, walk
Organized By: Dean Carlson
Latest Activity: Aug 28, 2016

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100% Forage-Based Beef Operation

Pasture-raised Poultry and Pork

Features an on-site Market and Cafe

Utilizes mob-grazing on cool-season perennial

Incorporating the use of silvopasture- planting
trees in open pastures and opening canopy and understory in wooded areas.

Uses rotational grazing in both areas

Installed watering systems for livestock-
multi-trough spring development and solar-powered pumping system

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