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Virtual Grazing Conference

January 14 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Hear from grazing and pasture experts on how to make the best of your grazing season this year!

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  1. Dr Kris Nichols – Grazing to Improve Soil Health

    Date: Friday, January 7th

    Time: 7pm MST – 9pm MST

    Dr. Kris Nichols is a leader in the movement to regenerate soils for healthy crops, food, people and a planet. She has done extensive work focused on mycorrhizal fungi and the investigation of glomalin – a substance produced by AM (arbuscular mycorrhizal) fungi. Previously, Dr. Nichols was the Chief Scientist at Rodale Institute and a Research (Soil) Microbiologist with the USDA, Agricultural Research Service (ARS).

  2. Allen Williams – Implementing Adaptive Grazing

    Date: Friday, January 14th

    Time: 7pm MST – 9pm MST

    Allen Williams and his colleagues specialize in whole-farm & ranch planning based on the concept of regenerative agriculture. Their approach creates significant “value add” and prepares landowners for multiple enterprise/revenue stream opportunities that stack enterprises and acres. This approach allows for enhanced profitability and investment value.

  3. Dr Martin Entz – Organic Grazing

    Date: Friday, January 21st

    Time: 7pm MST – 9pm MST

    Martin Entz is professor of Cropping Systems & Natural Systems Agriculture at the University of Manitoba. He leads the Glenlea Long-Term Rotation Study – Canada’s oldest organic vs conventional farming systems experiment. He is also founder of the U of M’s Natural Systems Agriculture program, studying systems based on processes found in nature — specifically the natural grassland ecosystem of the Canadian Prairies.

  4. Dylan Biggs – Cattle Handling on Pasture

    Date: Friday, January 28th

    Time: 7pm MST – 9pm MST

  5. ​Jim Gerrish – Year-Round Grazing

    Date: Friday, February 4th

    Time: 7pm MST – 9pm MST

  6. ​Dallas Mount – Economic Leverage of Grazing Management

    Date: Friday, February 11th

    Time: 7pm MST – 9pm MST

    Dallas Mount has sat at hundreds of kitchen tables and delivered workshops to thousands of ranchers across the US, Canada, and Australia to help them improve the profitability and overall health of their businesses. He has hands-on experience working in cow-calf, yearling, feedlot and hay enterprises. Dallas currently serves as CEO of RMC leading the Ranching For Profit School, creating profitable businesses, with healthy land and happy families.

  7. TBA

    Date: Friday, February 18th

    Time: 7pm MST – 9pm MST

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