2020 Classroom Workshops
Nutrition’s Role in Sustainable Livestock Production Practices A workshop series on pasture management and infrastructure and the nutritional needs of livestock raised on pasture.
All workshops held in the training room at Farm Credit East, 240 S Rd. Enfield CT
Monday, April 6, 2020 8:30 am to 1 pm
Extending the grazing season
Spring, summer and fall grazing, stockpiling, no till planting to extend the grazing season, grazing cover crops and crop residues
Carl Majewski, University of New Hampshire Extension
Sam Glaze Corcoran, University of Massachusetts Extension
Dr. Sjoerd Duiker, Pennsylvania State University
Snow dates will be utilized if necessary. Those who registered will receive an email by 5 pm the previous day. Changes will also be posted on our website.
Register for any or all of the workshops at https://forms.gle/Q6MuG7xyyUH9y98x9 or email email@example.com
Three field training workshops demonstrating these topics will be held in the summer. Certificates of Participation will be given to those who attend all three classroom workshops and at least one of the field workshops.
These workshops are part of the USDA/NESARE Professional Development Program grant: Nutrition’s Role in Sustainable Livestock Production Practices, a joint project among the Universities of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Tri-State Project Director: Rachel Bespuda, UConn Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org www.meatsystems.uconn.edu