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Please Keep Off the Grass: Post-Drought Grazing Management

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For many livestock producers it has been a difficult year requiring significant amounts of extra fee
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Daimon Meeh- Daimon grew up on a farm in Canterbury, NH and studied agriculture at the University of New Hampshire. He then attended Michigan State University for graduate school in Sustainable Agriculture and studied multi-species pasture rotation systems. After completing his MS Daimon moved back to NH and began working for UNH Cooperative Extension on the Dairy, Livestock and Forage Crops team. He worked for UNHCE for just over 3 years before recently making the move over to the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in August 2016. As part of his current duties Daimon has the responsibilities of the State Grazing Specialist and is working to support NRCS staff and farmers statewide to further their understanding of their animal and forage management. Daimon has also been an active member of the Granite State Graziers Board since 2013.

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