Pasture Management Schools with Sarah Flack

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Pasture Management Schools with Sarah Flack

Time: May 2, 2018 to May 3, 2018
Location: New York
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: The Upper Susquehanna Coalition
Latest Activity: Mar 9

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Upper Susquehanna Coalition Pasture Management Schools Announced for May 2nd & 3rd, 2018
Featuring nationally renowned, pasture consultant, farmer and author, Sarah Flack


Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 in Steuben County at Greg Halich Farm, 6962 CR 2, Addison, NY 14801 and John Burns, 8475 Morgan Creek Road, Lindley, NY 14858.  Please arrive at the Halich Farm by 9:30 am for registration.


Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 in Chenango County at Allen Troyer Family Organic Dairy Farm, 583 County Rt. 36 Guilford, NY 13780


10:00am to 3pm workshops. (Rain or Shine in the field, please dress appropriately) A donation lunch featuring homemade fare will be available.


These hands-on pasture walks will focus on improving marginal pastures, how to plan out your rotations, early season grazing approaches, determining the best time to graze plants, fertility management, animal impact grazing techniques, weather related management strategies and in-field farmer training exercises to hone your grazier’s eye.


Pre-registration is required to help plan for lunch and logistics


To reserve your place for this unique early season grazing event please contact:

Jonathon Barter, Steuben SWCD at (607) 776-7398 Ext. 3 or Brett Chedzoy, Schuyler CCE at (607) 535-7161 and bjc226@cornell.edu for Steuben County workshop

Contact Troy Bishopp at (315) 824-9849 Ext. 110 or Troy-Bishopp@verizon.net to register for Chenango County workshop

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