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Grassfed Exchange Conference April 27-29 in Perry, Ga.

The Grassfed Exchange Conference will be April 27-29 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Ga.

April 12, 2016

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Once considered a niche in the food industry, grassfed meats are an increasingly popular choice as consumer demand continues to grow and more people join the movement. The Grassfed Exchange Conference will be April 27-29 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Ga.

Typically reserved for those in grassland farming and ranching, this year’s Grassfed Exchange Conference is designed to provide a wealth of education and information to consumers, cooks, and chefs; and to allow for networking between the producers and the consumer.  Organizers will demonstrate the ways people can integrate grass-fed meats into their diets and further explain the industry’s impact and influence on overall human health.

Since its inception in 2010, the Grassfed Exchange has gone through a continuous learning process and succession. It started with the simple and effective sharing of cutting-edge livestock genetics and grassland management knowledge between regenerative ranchers and currently provides education for whole ecosystem management, soil-plant-animal-human nutrition, and the specific and broad-ranging economic benefits of a regenerative agriculture.

The 2016 GFE tour and conference will focus on how each of these parts can be synergistically molded together into a land regenerating, profitable, quality of life enhancing agricultural model.

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