Grazing, Stock Handling, and Water Management Featured

Want a chance to talk all things grazing? You can at the 14th annual Nebraska Grazing Conference!

A major focus this year is stock handling, especially low-stress handling techniques and demonstrations. Other hot topics include water management on rangelands and mob grazing.

The two-day conference features expert researchers and ranchers – a potent combination. It will be held August 12-13 at the Kearney Holiday Inn. Farmers and ranchers from several states will attend. You’ll be able to share ideas from across the region while meeting some experts on grazing management.

Registration is $80 if postmarked by Aug. 1 and $95 afterward. One-day registrations are also available, and walk-ins are welcome. Reduced registration fees are offered for full-time high school or college students.

Find out more at http://nebraskagrazingconference.unl.edu or from the University of Nebraska Center for Grassland Studies at 402.472.4101, grassland@unl.edu, or your local extension office.

The event is sponsored by several public and private organizations, including the Center for Rural Affairs.