Advanced Adaptive Grazing & Marketing – October

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From the organizers:

Soil Health Academy Presents
Advanced Adaptive Grazing & Marketing
October 20-22, 2020
Bois d’Arc Farm
8661 Highway 183
Uniontown, Alabama 36786

Tuition: $1275, which includes lunch, classes and digital course materials

Scholarships are available for qualifying farmers and ranchers to attend!

Apply for a scholarship at:
https://soilhealthacademy.org/scholarships
Scholarships will be reviewed by the SHA board 45 days prior to the school.

Full Time College Students will receive $200 discount

With a paid registration at $1275, one immediate family member will receive a $200 discount

Who Should Attend?
Any grazer who wants to take their grazing to the next level. This course will examine beef, dairy, small ruminant, pastured pig, and pastured poultry grazing & foraging. Woodland grazing/foraging will also be featured. Hands-on experience will be heavily emphasized.
This is a power-packed three days that will change your perspective on what grazing should be and can be. Taught by highly experienced and expert grazers.

Participants will work in teams to solve real-world grazing problems and sharpen their skills.

What You Will Learn:

  • Principles of Soil Health & Adaptive Stewardship
  • Restoring Vibrant Ecosystems Through Adaptive Grazing
  • Cover Cropping Strategies for Grazing
  • Making Grazing Highly Profitable & Desirable
  • Multi-species Grazing Strategies
  • Successful Marketing: Strategies for Enhanced Net Margins
  • Economics and Finances of Grazing: Using Decision Calculators Effectively
  • How To Lay Out Practical and Flexible Grazing Plans

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