Grazing School Offered in Texas
|Related ATTRA Publication:
ATTRA Grazing Planning Manual and Workbook
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Hemphill County will offer a course on grazing and animal management over the next 10 months. The class meets monthly for four hours, beginning July 17, 2019, and offering 40 hours of in-depth educational training for ranchers, landowners, and any stakeholders interested in advancing the value of their agricultural endeavors. There are a maximum of 30 spots available on a first-come basis. The course covers grazing economics, ecological processes, animal nutrition, managed grazing, goal setting, and infrastructure development and planning.