Four Day Grazing Seminar, September 7-10

Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition
Join us for any or all days of this Four Day Grazing Seminar with Jim Gerrish in Salina, KS on September 7th-10th!   Registration each day is from 8:00AM – 9:00AM and the workshop is from 9:00AM – 4:00PM.    This event is taking place at Salina Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, 3320 South 9th St., Salina, KS.   Jim Gerrish is an independent grazing lands educator, consultant and writer, providing service to farmers and ranchers on both private and public lands across the US and internationally through American Grazing Lands Services, LLC. 
  “You don’t have to make every mistake possible…  Learn from someone who has already done what you’re trying to do!” -Jim Gerrish
Each day, Jim Gerrish will cover different topics related to grazing! The cost is $30 per day.    Day 1 – Exploring Small Ruminant Grazing   What is Management-intensive Grazing (MiG) & what can it do for you? Sheep, Goats, Swine, & Poultry on Pasture: What’s right for your farm? Pastures & Parasites Fence & Water infrastructure for small ruminants   Day 2 – Getting Started; What You Need to Know  Grazing management based on ecosystem processes Creating excellent pasture from the soil up Grazing management for targeted animal performance   Day 3 – Grazing Matters You Should Plan For What really determines profitability in ranching Creating drought resistant pastures Planning for & implementing year-around grazing   Day 4 – Designing a Grazing System That Works Grazing cell layout & design Portable electric fence & stock water options for grazing cropland Using Google Earth and Web Soil Survey for planning your farm layout
Room Block for Reservations September 7-10, 2021 Salina Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, 3320 South 9th St., Salina, KS Phone 785-309-0440 Ext. 0 ~ Ask for Grazing Workshop Room Block Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition Block Code: GWJG9 Room block rate is $96.00 + taxes and available until August 17, 2021
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