August 7, 2019, 6 pm-8 pm
- White Barn Acres, LLC, 19100 641st Street, Kellogg, MN
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- RSVP to Liana Nichols, LSP, email@example.com, 507-523-3366
Join us for another Southeast Minnesota Grazing Group pasture walk on Wednesday, Aug. 7, from 6 p.m.-8 p.m., hosted by the Land Stewardship Project's Bridge to Soil Health Program and Wabasha County graziers, Matt and Seth Tentis. Registration and a sub sandwich meal (suggested donation $3-$5) will begin at 6 p.m., with the pasture walk to follow. Topics include converting tillable land to perennial pasture, working with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) on cost-share programs, grazing cover crops, weed management, and silvopasturing.
Matt and Seth rotationally graze beef at White Barn Acres (19100 641st St., Kellogg), located 3 miles west of Kellogg on Highway 18 on the right-hand side. Look for the big white barn to the north of Highway 18. NOTE: Highway 18 is under construction, but there will be one lane of gravel accessible to local traffic.
The pasture walk is open to all producers interested in rotational grazing. Questions and discussion are key parts of the pasture walk! We are looking forward to some hands-on investigation of cow pies during this pasture walk.