Management Intensive Grazing (Dairy)

Management Intensive Grazing (Dairy)

Management Intensive Grazing (Dairy)

New American Farm Conference Breakout Session

Cows have legs. MIG lets them use them – in a way that protects the land and water and cuts feeding costs. Controlled grazing is catching on, putting the fun back in dairy farming and bringing back the next generation of dairy farmers.

Available speaker presentations include:

Caroline Brock, University of Wisconsin

Brock.ppt 2.13 MB

 Steve Washburn, North Carolina State University

Washburn.ppt 3.91 MB

This session was part of the New American Farm Conference, held March 25-27, 2008 in Kansas City to celebrate SARE's 20th anniversary.

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