The First Ever 2015 Contract Grazing Summitt

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The First Ever 2015 Contract Grazing Summitt

Time: March 28, 2015 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Weaver Family Farm
Street: 4933 Peterboro Rd
City/Town: Morrisville, NY
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Madison County Soil and Water Conservation District
Latest Activity: Mar 20, 2015

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Do you want to start a new grazing business, or grow and diversify an existing one?                                            

Are you interested in adding value to grazing land without buying animals?                                                   

 Ever consider placing your dairy and beef animals with a grazing professional to increase profitability or to expand milk/meat sales?                                                                                                                                        Do you want to explore the decisions and considerations to running a contract grazing business?

Have we got an exciting, practical event for you to “Grow More Cash from your Grass”

For Agenda and Registration Info, visit:

http://www.madcoswcd.com/uploads/2/8/1/4/28145137/press_release_the_first_ever_2015_northeast_contract_grazing_summit_pdf_for_website2-13-15.pdf 

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