Participants will visit two farms practicing managed grazing.
The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service will host its annual grazing school September 21-22 in Perry, GA. This two-day workshop will focus on soil fertility, forage-crop establishment, plant growth, animal nutrient requirements, and management-intensive grazing.
Training will take place in both classroom and field settings. Multiple classroom lectures addressing plant and grazing management will be combined with local farm visits to nearby grazing operations. Demonstrations of fencing and watering options will highlight valuable management practices for livestock producers.
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