Targeted Grazing is the carefully controlled grazing of livestock to accomplish specific vegetation management objectives. Unlike conventional grazing management, livestock are used as a tool for improving land health by performing weed control, reducing wildland fire, and aiding in restoration projects.
The following are offered in conjunction with the SRM Annual Meeting:
Targeted Grazing Committee Meeting: Tuesday, February 9th 5:00-7:00 MTN
Targeted Grazing Symposium: Monday, February 15th 3:30-5:00 MTN: Connecting Targeted Graziers & Land Managers a panel discussion featuring:
- John Cubiburu of Cubiburu Livestock
- Kyle Johnson of Diversity Landworks
- Craig Madsen of Healing Hooves
- An Peischel of Goats Unlimited
- Lee Sexton of Sexton Grazing and Consulting
Be sure to register for the SRM 2021 Annual Meeting and get these events on your calendar. Instructions on how to access the virtual meeting will be provided by SRM organizers. This is new to us all and we look forward to seeing you from the comfort of your own home!
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