January 12, 2010

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A series of conferences on pasture and forage management held across North Carolina this month will include remarks from an expert on livestock and wildlife grazing behavior.

This is the second conference series on which North Carolina Cooperative Extension and the North Carolina Forage and Grassland Council have collaborated.

Conferences will be held at the Nash County Extension center Jan. 19 in Nashville, at the Union County Extension center Jan. 20 in Monroe, and at the Mountain Research Station Jan. 21 in Mills River. Each conference will run from 1:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

Utah’s Fred Provenza will present information at each conference, along with panels of exceptional local forage managers. Provenza is often featured in Stockman Grass Farmer magazine. Among his most interesting accomplishments is the successful management of livestock and wildlife to eat weedy and invasive plants.

North Carolina forage managers will appear at each conference. In Nash County, the featured managers will be Linda Fisher, E.B. Harris and Bill Freeman, while in Union County, Rob Kalmbacher and Corey Lutz will be featured. In Mills River, George Lenze, Page Modlin and Steve Lemel will be the featured local pasture managers.

Trade shows and dinner are included in each of the conferences. For more information, contact your local county Extension center or Sue Ellen Johnson at North Carolina State University, 919-513-1335.

Find contact information for Cooperative Extension county centers at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/index.php?page=countycenters.

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