Farm Workshop on Pasture Evaluation, Connecticut

Join UConn’s Dairy and Livestock Extension Educator Rich Meinert and NRCS’s District Conservationist James Hyde for a learning walk through the farm’s fields to evaluate them for their hay potential and hear suggested management strategies for improved quality and production.

On-Farm Workshop Pasture Evaluation at the Community Farm of Simsbury, Connecticut Monday, May 9, 2011; 5:00 to 8:00 pm; 73 Wolcott Road; Simsbury, CT - Co-sponsored by CT NOFA, UConn & RMA Pastures and/or hay fields are important parts of many farms. The Community Farm of Simsbury has 21 acres of certified organic hay fields.  Join UConn's Dairy and Livestock Extension Educator Rich Meinert  and NRCS's District Conservationist James Hyde for a learning walk through the farm's fields to evaluate them for their hay potential and hear suggested management strategies for improved quality and production. Joe Bonelli, UConn Extension, will be on on hand to discuss Crop Insurance. Michael Keilty will also be there to talk about the SARE Natural Meat project. Dress for walking through the fields. The workshop is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about pasture management. Registration: Registration is $10 for CT NOFA members and $15 for non-members. Attendance is limited, so please preregister by calling the office at 203-888-5146 or by printing and mailing this form. Online registration is now available; click here.

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