A practical day discussing paddock grazing with New Zealand farmer and expert Murray Rohloff.
- Visit to Chapelton Farm, Castle Douglas, where James Biggar is trying out paddock grazing
- How to optimise cattle and sheep performance from pasture – stocking rates, residual grass heights, timing, infrastructure, genetics (with Robyn Hulme of EasyRams)
- Financial benefits from paddock grazing, such as improved soil health and pasture
- Making it work on your farm
FREE to farmers and land managers. Lunch included.
Booking is required. Book online
Check out our short video – What is rotational grazing and how and why might you do it?
For more information call Lyn on 07899 791 748, or email.
Funding comes from the SRDP Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Fund (Scottish Government/EU), with partner funding from Quality Meat Scotland, Scottish Forestry, Innovative Farmers and The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation.
This event is kindly supported by William Shearer.
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