Farmer to Farmer Workshop: pasture management

 
Jack Kyle, OMAFRA Pasture Specialist led a workshop at Richard and Ann Barber’s farm in Stirling Rawdon in early May. He emphasised the importance of rotational grazing and giving grass time to recover. In any grazing system we are growing grass and harvesting it with cattle, sheep, goats or alpacca.

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