Wyoming’s Management-intensive Grazing School, with Jim Gerrish
June 25 - June 28$400.00
The Wyoming Management-intensive Grazing School with Jim Gerrish will be held on June 25-28, 2018 in Lusk Wyoming.
How You Can Benefit by attending:
Enhance your grazing-management skills and improve your forage and livestock production
Reduce the dollars and hours you spend fertilizing, harvesting, and feeding hay
Improve deteriorating pastures
Gain a foundation of knowledge from which to launch a new livestock operation
Learn how to design grazing cells and determine appropriate stocking rates
Minimize animal stress during handling
Efficiently and sustainably utilize your grazing forage
Improve irrigated pastures through the use of legumes
The featured educator is grazing lands consultant Jim Gerrish of American Grazing Lands Services LLC of May, ID. Gerrish, formerly of the University of Missouri’s Forage Systems Research Center, writes grazing columns for Stockman Grass Farmer and has authored books on management-intensive grazing and “Kick the Hay Habit”. You won’t find anyone with more practical experience in forage management
Cost: $400.00 for the first person from operation; $200.00 for each additional person. Cost includes all class materials, breakfast and lunch Monday-Thursday, and dinner Tuesday & Wednesday.
Class size is limited. Send a check for total class cost (payable to University of Wyoming) to:
Management Intensive Grazing School
C/O Leah Roberts
1839 Madora Ave
Douglas, WY 82633
For more information on this unique program please contact Blake Hauptman at email@example.com or 307-283-1192 or Abby Perry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-328-2642.