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Grazing School

Are you interested in attending the 2024 Grazing School?

Click here to register.

Please email Stephen Bramwell with any questions at for more information.

  • Beef, sheep, or goat producers, dairy operators, and horse owners
  • Technical service providers supporting livestock producers including NRCS, Conservation District, or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees

  • Evaluate biomass for planned grazing
  • Portion out forage through grazing paddocks
  • Design grazing cells for a targeted stocking rate and density
  • Install, troubleshoot, and fix electrical fencing systems
  • Assess pasture health
  • Improve soil and forage resources to
  • improve health and productivity

  • Improve pasture management skills
  • Develop, improve and practice grazing management skills
  • Reduce hay production and save feeding costs
  • Improve pasture productivity
  • Diversify with more resilient and nutritious forage resources
  • Extend the grazing season and reduce harvested forages
  • Raise healthier livestock

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodations need to contact Stephen Bramwell.

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