University of Maryland Extension

grazing

May Pasture Walk

Thursday, May. 23, 2013 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
University of Maryland Equine Rotational Grazing Demonstration Site
Twilight horse pasture walks train horse farm operators to better manage pastures for the benefit of their horses, wallet, and the environment. Participants tour our unique rotational grazing system, learn about our latest research findings, and acquire important skills in pasture management. These...

Regional Rotational Grazing Research and Demonstration Project

Agricultural land use in Baltimore County and the surrounding area includes significant acreage in pasture for livestock. The purpose of the Rotational Grazing Pasture Project is to develop and operate a long-term pasture site to demonstrate recommended management practices, forages and facilities...

Regional Rotational Grazing Research and Demonstration Project

Agricultural land use in Baltimore County and the surrounding area includes significant acreage in pasture for livestock. The purpose of the Rotational Grazing Pasture Project is to develop and operate a long-term pasture site to demonstrate recommended management practices, forages and facilities...

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