This walk was given by Brett Chedzoy via zoom at the 2018 Great Lakes Forage and Grazing Conference held at the Agroliquid Headquarters in Saint Johns, Michigan on March 7, 2018. Jerry Lindquist and Kable Thurlow are working with Brett, Joe, and Peter to introduce SilvoPasture to the state of Michigan, this was our first step in that process. 

Increasing the Profitability and Production of Grazing Operations with Silvopasturing

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