Reducing Heat Stress with Silvopasturing

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Reducing Heat Stress with Silvopasturing

Time: July 31, 2013 from 10am to 2pm
Location: Angus Glen Farms, LLC
Street: 3050 Station Road
City/Town: Watkins Glen, NY
Phone: 607-753-5078 (Cortland CCE)
Event Type: pasture, walk
Organized By: South Central NY Dairy Team
Latest Activity: Jul 19, 2013

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Come see silvopastures in various stages of development at a 300-acre grazing operation, and learn about the animal health and welfare benefits they offer - especially during the hottest summer weather.  A complimentary lunch is provided by the New York Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative. The USDA Risk Management Agency and New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets are providing support. To help plan for lunch, please register with Sharon Van Deuson at 607-753-5078 or

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