Management Intensive Grazing School

The Management Intensive Grazing Schools are designed to teach producers, educators and agency staff the basics of management intensive grazing with a hands-on approach. This two-day workshop will provide opportunities for in-depth discussions, field exercises, and reference materials that cover both livestock and agro-nomic topics related to grazing. 

All are welcome! Take time to attend.

Cost of the two-day regional grazing school is $90 for the first person and $40.00 for the second person per farm/firm. A $30.00 advance deposit will be required by August 8, 2014 to reserve participation. The balance will be paid the first day of class. Registration will be open to the first 50 individuals. 

The fee includes the cost of the meal on Friday evening, and lunch & refreshments on Satur-day. The course also includes materials on grazing management specific to the Midwest. 

If you need special accommodations because of a disability, or if you need materials in an alter-native format, please inform me immediately. Contact Karisha Devlin at 660-397-2179

For More Information Contact: 

Dee Vanderburg (660) 263-5702 ext. 3 

Tim Clapp (660) 385-2616 ext. 3 

Karisha Devlin (660) 397-2179 

Zac Erwin (660) 665-9866 

Alix Carpenter (573) 769-2177 

Sponsored by: 

Knox County Soil & Water Conservation District and Lewis County Soil & Water Conservation District 

Friday, August 22, 2014 at 3:00pm to 12:00am

Greenley Memorial Research Center
64399 Greenley Place, Novelty, MO 63460

Event Type



CAFNR, Greenley Memorial Research Center




Contact Name

Dee Vanderburg

Contact Phone

660-263-5702 ext. 3

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