Course participation is limited, so be sure to register early online. The full two-day course fee is $125, one day is $75. The Monday evening cookout is $25.
The course will feature both classroom and field sessions covering the basics of MiG from understanding when to begin grazing to designing and developing your grazing cell.
With over 30 years of hands-on practical grazing management in commercial cattle and sheep production, as well as a long research career at the University of Missouri, Jim provides a unique perspective on bringing the art and science of grazing management together in a coherent package.
The course is conducted through the team effort of Swift Level Farm and GVPN, with the support of the Value Chain Cluster Initiative (VC2) and the National Capital Investment Fund (NCIF). For more information visit the registration site or contact Jennifer Jones at Swift Level Farm by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-661-6777.