What Really Matters In Grazing Management

Colorado State University and Green Cover Seed
November 16th, 2019
Orchard Mesa Research Station
3170 B 1/2 Rd
Grand Junction, CO 81503
Renowned grazing lands consultant Jim Gerrish will cover:
  • Operating at optimal economic and biological carrying capacity
  • Grazing with as high a stock density level as practical
  • Leaving appropriate post-grazing residual
  • Allowing growing time for recovery
  • Maintaining necessary intake levels for performance requirements
Dinner provided with RSVP (text, call or email) to Retta Bruegger, (970) 988-0043, retta.bruegger@colostate.edu by noon on Thursday November 14, 2019.

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