Michigan State University Extension Grazing Team Presents a Program for Cattle and Small Ruminant Producers: “The How To of Grass-Finishing”Guest Speaker: Dr. Jim Gerrish, American Grazing Lands Services, LLC Where: Smith Hall/ Clinton County Fairgrounds 800 Sickles St., St. Johns, Michigan 48879 When: Wednesday, April 27 , 2011, 9:00am-4:00pm Cost: $30.00 (Lunch included) if registration is postmarked before 4-22-11. No refunds after registration date. Late registration: $40.00 w/limited seating. No group discounts. Jim Gerrish is an independent grazing lands consultant working with farms and ranches across the North American Continent. For 22 years he was a leading ruminant animal grazing researcher and educator at the University of Missouri Forage Systems Research Center helping build the foundation of managed intensive grazing across the country. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear him speak in Michigan and to gain from his in-depth knowledge of grass based farming and ranches Topics covered at the program include: Why pasture based products; Grazing Management for healthy pastures and productive livestock; Making a profit with pasture-finished meats; Birthing.
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