Rotational Grazing Intensive

Instructors: Nick DiDomenico & Amy Scanes-Wolfe

Location: Yellow Barn Farm

Time: Saturday July 6th, 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: $80

Are you interested in starting your own herd, improving the health of your land by grazing, or understanding the forces that shape our local grasslands? This intensive will provide an overview of nutrient cycling, grassland ecology and how it is shaped by ruminants, and a deep dive into the prairie ecology of our bioregion. In the afternoon, we will go over the fundamentals of how to design and set up rotational grazing systems, including figuring out stocking rates, choosing species of livestock, acquiring and setting up the most appropriate types of fencing, plotting out seasonal and daily grazing patterns, and defining regenerative access pathways to water and critical infrastructure. We will use the cattle grazing set up at Yellow Barn Farm as a living example to help visualize and teach these principles. Access to digital notes included

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July 6, 2024

Yellow Barn Farm



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