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Improving a Perennial Pasture, Year 2

June 18, 2011 @ 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Nathan implemented rotational grazing and other improvements on his perennial pasture last year. He has been monitoring ecological productivity and financial indicators through a project with PFI to track his progress in improving his pastures and grazing system. Come hear how he’s doing and how he plans to proceed in the coming years as he grows his cattle operation.

Discussion Topics:

-Utilizing multiple techniques to improve a pasture
-Pasture decision making for long-term grazing
improvement
-Monitoring and tracking improvements
-Observations on rotational grazing
-Planning for future herd increases

Nathan Anderson, Randy Anderson and Sarah Joachim at 1944 520th St Cherokee, IA 51012 contact: 515.708.5199 or n8andy@gmail.com. Look to Practical Farmer’s Field Day schedule for more information. Please contact Nathan at 515.708.5199 or n8andy@
gmail.com, if you plan to attend.

Details

Date:
June 18, 2011
Time:
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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Unnamed Venue
1944 520th St Cherokee, Cherokee, 51012

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