The Embarras Grazing Partnership is providing two days of workshops for technical service providers, agricultural professionals, and farmers. Both days will include presentations at the Montgomery County Extension Office and on-farm examples of education at nearby Hand Farms, run by Bernie Hand. Winter livestock management topics will be covered such as water/housing/winter infrastructure, pasture management, and winter rations.

The first 25 registrants receive a complementary bucket of grazing tools and supplies, valued at $150.

When: Tuesday March 7, 8:30a-3:30p & Wednesday, March 8, 9a-3:30p

Where: Hillsboro, IL

How Much: $25 for one day, or $40 for two days

Register by clicking here!

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