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Fences Grow More Grass

By   /  May 25, 2020  /  Forage, Pasture Health, Soil  /  Comments Off on Fences Grow More Grass

Shannon Carmichael thought her husband Bart was crazy when he started fencing the ranch first to half sections and then to quarter sections. “This is not how things are supposed to be done. We ride out, we gather, we calve cattle.” But as the pasture sizes began shrinking, she realized that there was a lot […]

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Let’s Help Each Other With Lessons Learned

By   /  March 2, 2020  /  Consider This  /  1 Comment

Last year I took part in a pasture walk and workshop. The turnout was good and the folks in attendance were very attentive and seemed to be interested in what we had to say. As is normal, there was some negativity on display and this can lead to some very interesting and colorful conversations. At […]

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Regenerating Landscapes: Back to the Future

By   /  October 31, 2017  /    /  No Comments

The Colorado Section of the Society for Range Management and Colorado State University Extension are pleased to announce an exciting training opportunity providing information about the land stewardship methods and practices that worked in the past and are now being incorporated back into the future of regenerating landscapes.

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Advanced Grazing Management – Continuing Education for Serious Graziers!

By   /  September 29, 2017  /    /  No Comments

A one day conference, sponsored by the Louisiana Grazing Land Conservation Initiative Coalition. Education for Serious Grazers on September 28, 2017 at the Red River Research Station in Bossier Parish Day 2 / September 29 – Red River Conference for Advanced Livestock Graziers  ( Beyond the basics of Rotational and Intensive Grazing Management, targeted to provide continuing education […]

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USING ADAPTIVE GRAZING MANAGEMENT TO IMPROVE SOIL HEALTH

By   /  September 28, 2017  /    /  No Comments

Pasture/Soil Health Field Day in Greene County, Missouri to discuss soil health on grasslands.  Ways to improve soil health through grazing management, proper stocking rate, understanding the grass plant.  Demonstrations on rainfall simulator and soil infiltration rate.   Workshop Agenda 9:00 Welcome and Introductions – Diana Sheridan, NRCS District Conservationist, Springfield, MO 9:15 Overview of Host […]

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