Intensive Silvopasture/Tree Fodder Grazing System Tour

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Intensive Silvopasture/Tree Fodder Grazing System Tour

Time: September 24, 2022 from 3pm to 4:30pm
Location: All One One All Farm
Street: 221 Craigville Rd
City/Town: Goshen, NY
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Phone: (845) 202-0314
Event Type: silvopasture, grazing, tour
Organized By: Eli Roberts
Latest Activity: Jul 5, 2022

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All One One All Farm is a 14-acre orchard, sheep microdairy, and educational farm in Goshen, NY. We're hosting a livestock-focused tour of the silvopasture system we've developed here in Orange County. This is our third growing season, and we've planted out over a thousand trees in between our wide orchard rows to provide shade and feed to our Karakul sheep. Many of the silvopasture trees are over 10' tall.

We've got mulberry, black locust, willow, poplar, false indigo, and a few others planted very densely, and kept cut low so the sheep can eat most of the leaves but still benefit from the distributed shade. 
I'll share the ups and downs(!) of the establishment phase, and go through how we run the system now, and where it's headed. We're getting real shade/feed benefits this year, and I'm excited to share!

Saturday, September 24

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

All One One All (AOOA) Farm, 221 Craigville Rd, Goshen, NY 10924, USA

Reservations required, $10

Wear rubber boots. We'll have a boot wash station for biosecurity. 

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