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Pasture Management 101 - Cecil County

Saturday, Sep. 21, 2013 - 8:00am
Hassler's Dressage at Riveredge
We are excited to bring our Pasture Management 101 Seminar to a location near you! Join us for this full-day event to learn about a variety of pasture-related topics including: Year-round approach to pasture management Weed control methods Mud and erosion control measures Best suited grass species...

Pasture Management 101 - Baltimore County

Saturday, Sep. 7, 2013 (All day)
Baltimore County Extension Office
We are excited to bring our Pasture Management 101 Seminar to a location near you! Join us for this full-day event to learn about a variety of pasture-related topics including: Year-round approach to pasture management Weed control methods Mud and erosion control measures Best suited grass species...

Controlling Buttercup in Pastures

As the warm summer days draw nearer, the yellow buttercup-ridden pastures of spring are starting to return to their normal green color. Buttercup is, in my opinion, one of the most annoying weeds. It’s toxic to livestock, spreads aggressively, and is difficult to control. Although it’s dying back a...

Twilight Goat Meeting at WMREC

Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013 - 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Western Maryland Research and Education Center
Learn about the goat research program, tour the research and test facilities, and view the bucks from the 2013 Western Maryland Pasture-Based Meat Goat Performance Test. Featuring a Goat Roast at 6:00 p.m. Tour will begin at 7:00.

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...

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