Controlled grazing the focus of two-day academy
BROWNS VALLEY, Calif. - Practical applications of controlled grazing principles will be the key topic of the two-day 2013 California Grazing Academy April 26-27 here.
The cost is $160 for the course at the University of California's Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center, which includes meals and course materials. Some lodging will be available on site.
Lectures and hands-on activities will teach attendees such things as how to design a layout to efficiently use resources and apply controlled-grazing techniques to immediately improve grazing management on their own ranch, according to a UC calendar of events.
No walk-up registration will be accepted. People can register at the office or online at ceplacer.ucdavis.edu . For information, contact Roger Ingram at email@example.com or (530) 889-7385.