One of Canada’s leading mob graziers, Neil Dennis, will be discussing methods used to improve soil health, forage quality, quantity, and animal performance. Gregg Simmonds, an American ranch manager, will discuss how he is growing more grass while improving soil health, water and biodiversity.
They will also talk about how they plan their grazing strategies to ensure that soils
develop good levels of organic matter, which helps with drought resilience and improving soil structure.
Programme of events:
- 12 March: East Hall Farm, St Pauls Walden, Hitchen, Herts
- 13 March: Gambledown Farm, Romsey, Hants
- 14 March: Lezant Village Hall, Launceston, Cornwall
- 15 March: Lower Hurst Farm, Hartington, Derbys, funded by Landskills
- 15 March: Evening Meeting Huddersfield, Yorks, funded by Landskills
- 16 March: West Arrathorne Farm, Bedale, N.Yorks funded by Landskills
To register your free place please ring Hellen, Vickie or Sandra at EBLEX on 08706 091 840 or 01904 771 211 or email email@example.com. For the Landskills Funded Events contact David Hugill on 07703 134 248.
And In Wales:
- 19 March: Oriel House Hotel, St Asaph, Denbighshire – 7-30pm
- 20 March: Pasture Walk North Wales, time to be confirmed
- 20 March: Nant Y Ffin Hotel, Llandissilio, Pembrokeshire – 7-30pm
- 21 March: Pasture Walk – Croft Farm, Dreenhill, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire – 2pm
Welsh Events sponsored by Farming Connect and Pembrokeshire Sustainable Agriculture Network For Welsh Events please contact Will Scale – 07971 605 174 or firstname.lastname@example.org.