Fencing innovations have made the integration of livestock into cover cropping systems easier than ever, and the Sustainable Farming Association is hosting a free field day to show how these strategies can result in improved soil health and enhanced profitability.
Join Kent Solberg, SFA Livestock & Grazing Specialist, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sept. 18 as he installs a semi-permanent fence on the Allen Duetz farm, 2866 Co. Rd. 35, Marshall. Solberg, who has 20 years personal and professional fence design and installation experience, will also lead a discussion of the cover crops planted and how Duetz intends to use them to build soil health and improve his farm profitability. Lunch is included; leather gloves, work boots and safety glasses are highly recommended.
The event is free, but an RSVP is appreciated for planning purposes below or by contacting Solberg at gro.n1444440292m-afs1444440292@tnek1444440292 or 1.844.922.5573, Ext. 701.
This event is made possible with support from The Pasture Project.