Friday, February 24, 2017

Sustainable Pasture-Based Livestock Production & Beekeeping Field Day

Selma Field Day: Sustainable Pasture-Based Livestock Production and Beekeeping
9 AM to 2:00 PM, April  29, 2017
431 County Road 540, Selma, AL

Goats enjoying high-quality forages in March
The purpose of this field day is to educate and demonstrate livestock producers and Extension professionals on developing and managing year-round pasture and grazing system for sustainable ruminant livestock enterprise. Support available from NRCS to improve pastures and grazing lands as well as develop woodland grazing, and the process of application for those supports will also be presented. Additionally, there will be a farm tour, hands-on activities, and demonstration on proper care of goat herds. Honey production demonstration and tasting the fresh raw honey will be another attraction. More information about the field day is presented in the Program Flyer and Agenda.
Participants learning beekeeping basics

Participation in this field day is free; however, preregistration is required for management purpose. For online registration, please click here Online Registrationregistration must be received by April 14, 2017 at the address as indicated in the registration form. Please register quickly and secure your seat on time. Working lunch will be provided to the pre-registrants.

Farm site tour and on-site learning 

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