‘Fencing Innovations for Soil Health’ Field Day | Sept. 18, 2015 | Marshall, Minn.
Fencing innovations have made the integration of livestock into cover cropping systems easier than ever, and SFA hosted a free field day Sept. 18, 2015, to show how these strategies can result in improved soil health and enhanced profitability.
Kent Solberg, SFA Livestock & Grazing Specialist, installed a semi-permanent fence on the Allen Duetz farm in Marshall. Solberg, who has 20 years personal and professional fence design and installation experience, also led a discussion of the cover crops planted and how Duetz intends to use them to build soil health and improve his farm profitability.
This event was made possible with support from The Pasture Project.