Clean Water Action Council to host managed grazing workshop

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By Tim Kowols


Family farmers in Door and Kewaunee counties may be standing on the answer to some of their financial woes. Managed grazing can be better economically for family farmers who put a lot of time and resources into harvesting grains for their beef or dairy cattle’s feed. Clean Water Action Council President Dean Hoegger says managed grazing is also better for the environment.





Featuring experts from around the industry including UW Discovery Farms, the workshop will take place at UW-Green Bay on December 6th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration information is available online with this story.

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