GRAZIER'S GRASSROOTS OF GRAZING SCHOOL
JANUARY 25TH, 26TH & 27TH, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI
Taught by Allan Nation, the editor of The Stockman Grass Farmer and
Jim Gerrish, the author of Management Intensive Grazing and Kick the Hay Habit
A major emphasis of this school is the correct sequence of implementing grazing technology so that is "pays for itself". Develop a profitable operation from the grassroots taught by the grazier who wrote the books, Management Intensive Grazing and Kick the Hay Habit.
Some of the points this school will cover are:
* How to manage a variable stocking rate * How to use a pasture inventory and grazing wedge * How to maximize solar energy capture * The importance of post-grazing residual * When and how long to allow pastures to recover * How to keep forage intake and an animal performance high * Why stock density is the most powerful tool in your toolbox * How to determine the appropriate stock density * Avoid costly mistakes in grazing cell construction * How much water does a cow or sheep need * How to plan your grazing cell * How to match animal and forage production cycle * How and what to stockpile for winter grazing * How to get the most out of annual pastures * How to keep grazing through summer and winter
This Grazierís Grassroots of Grazing School is limited to only 26 people. The tuition is $850 and a nonrefundable, nontransferable deposit of $100 will hold your place. You will receive hotel information by phone from our office upon registration. The tuition does not include lodging or all meals. The Grazierís Grassroots of Grazing School will begin at 8:30 AM on Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 and end at 12 noon on Friday, January 27th, 2012. Call The Stockman Grass Farmer at 800-748-9808 today or sign up below.