|Grazing management program to be held in Nebraska counties|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Want to harvest more of what is already grown without hurting animal performance?
“What Really Matters in Grazing Management?” featuring Jim Gerrish will be presented in eight locations across Nebraska. The three workshops close to Colorado will be held Dec. 15-16.
Learn how to increase both stocking rate and carrying capacity. Discover why balancing recovery and use is important. Finally, see why Gerrish firmly believes ranchers need to “Get the Hay Out” of their operations.
Gerrish is an independent grazing lands consultant for farmers and ranchers across the US. He is a regular columnist for The Stockman GrassFarmer and Beef Magazine. People can learn more about him at his website: http://americangrazinglands.com.
Registration cost covers the meal, and people must preregister by Dec. 6 to reserve a meal. Call the UNL Extension office at the locations listed below.
Gerrish will be at the Community Center in Curtis, Neb. on Wednesday, Dec. 15 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Contact Steve Melvin at the Extension Office in Frontier County at 308-367-4424.
On Thursday, Dec. 16 Gerrish will be at the Country Club from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Alliance, Neb. Contact Scott Cotton at the Extension Office in Dawes County at 308-432-3373.
The last stop near Colorado will also be Dec. 16. Gerrish will speak at the Event Center in Kimball, Neb., from 5-9 p.m. Contact Aaron Berger at the Extension Office in Kimball County at 308-235-3122.
The Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition and UNL Extension are sponsoring this series of workshops.