University of Maryland Extension

Pasture Walk at Jack Straw Farm

When: 
Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Where: 
Jack Straw Farm
Address: 
3038 Green Road
White Hall, MD 21161
United States
Presenter: 
Sara BhaduriHauck, David Martin, and Dr. Les Vough
Description/Notes: 

Join us for an evening of hands-on, informal pasture management discussions and Q&A! The evening’s topics will include soil fertility, weed control, soil conservation, and grazing and grass management. We’ll also hear from the owners of Jack Straw Farm about strategies and challenges in managing their beef and horse operation. Dr. Les Vough, University of Maryland retired forage specialist, and representatives from the Harford Soil Conservation District will be in attendance. The pasture walk is free to attend and open to anyone with livestock or an interest in establishing and maintaining pastures. The farm is located on the Harford County side of White Hall at 3038 Green Road. The program will be held rain or shine! Registration in advance is requested; for more information or to sign up, contact Sara BhaduriHauck at the Harford County Extension Office at 410-638-3255 or sbh@umd.edu. This program is a joint effort between the Harford and Baltimore County Extension offices.

 

Cost: 
FREE
Contact: 
Sara BhaduriHauck
Contact Email: 
sbh@umd.edu
Contact Phone: 
410-638-3255
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