Twilight Grazing and Pasture Meeting

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Twilight Grazing and Pasture Meeting

Time: August 19, 2013 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Ted and Tracey Barbour family farm
Street: 994 Paulhamus Hill Road
City/Town: Cogan Station, PA 17728
Phone: 570-784-6660
Event Type: twilight, pasture, and, grazing, meeting
Organized By: David W. Hartman
Latest Activity: Aug 28, 2016

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The Barbours have a cow/calf herd and retain calves for grass finish at 18-20 months using high density grazing.  They worked with neighoring landowners enrolled in the CREP program to graze contract acreage under emergency provision in 2012 with great success.  Mike Sherman, Executive Director of the Lycoming County USDA-FSA , will be at the meeting to discuss requirements for adding routine grazing provisions to CREP contracts.

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