Last Call to Register For Grazing Schools

Want to learn how to improve your pastures? Attending a day and a half grazing school in early June will be a great start to improving pasture utilization by your livestock.

Properly managed pasture is beneficial to plants and livestock, too. (Photo Credit: Keith Johnson)

Properly managed pasture is beneficial to plants and livestock, too. (Photo Credit: Keith Johnson)

The fee to attend is $75. Additional individuals from the same farm are permitted at a cost of $50, but extra materials will not be included. Registration must be completed before June 1.

Preferred online registration is available at the following links.

  • Southern Indiana – June 4 and 5 at the Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center – https://bit.ly/3g8zWRV
  • Northern Indiana – June 11 and 12 near Cutler, IN – https://bit.ly/3uLnYlg
  • Phone registration is available at 812-678-4427.

Do your livestock a favor. Attend a Grazing School!

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