Grazing for Soil Health on Rangeland: The Art of Electric Fencing
April 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
Quivira Coalition and Mad Agriculture are hosting our 2nd ranch and farm planning workshop, Grazing for Soil Health on Rangeland. The workshop features ranch manager Jorge Ramirez of Taiban Creek Ranch located in De Baca County, New Mexico. Jorge will share how he manages his intensive rotational grazing system using electric fencing, and how this practice helps him manage for soil health on his rangeland. We will then discuss how to design rotation grazing systems that match both your land base and livestock opportunities and needs. Feel free to eat or bring a snack to this free lunch hour workshop!
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