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Equine Rotational Grazing Demonstration Site

Welcome to the virtual home of University of Maryland’s Equine Rotational Grazing Demonstration Farm! Here you will find information on the development and management of the farm, a listing of our upcoming educational events, and links to information about pasture management and developing your own rotational grazing system. 

The Equine Rotational Grazing Demonstration Farm is part of the Central Maryland Research and Educational Center in Clarksville, Maryland. The site was developed to educate equine farm operators how to better manage their pastures to benefit horses and the environment. Establishment of the pastures began in September 2007, and horses started grazing at the farm in April 2009. The farm is used for collecting important field data on the horses and plants in the rotational grazing system and for hosting educational events demonstrating the data collected. 

Browse our website for more information on the site, and be sure to check out the links for more information on pasture management and rotational grazing!

University of Maryland Equine Rotational Grazing Demonstration Site 
4241 Folly Quarter Road 
Ellicott City, MD 21042

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