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Permalink Increasing Pasture, Increasing Diversity

June 12, 2018
Rome, Pennsylvania

Join PASA, the PA Grazing Lands Coalition, and Organic Valley at Back Achers Farm for a free, mid-day tour of a farm that is pasture-raising and direct-marketing pigs, chickens, turkeys, lamb, and beef. The focus of the conversation will be related to how the farm is looking to improve and increase its pastures, in meeting the diverse grazing needs of its animals. This event is appropriate for graziers of all stripes and skill levels. The event is free and will conclude with lunch. Pre-registration is requested for lunch.

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