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Jim Gerrish to speak at Coffee Shop Meeting Jan. 30

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Renowned Grazing Management Specialist Jim Gerrish will be speaking at the Coffee Shop Meeting Jan. 30 at The City-Veteran’s Building in Coldwater, Kan. Gerrish is the author of two books: “Management-Intensive Grazing: The Grassroots of Grass Farming” and “Kick the Hay Habit.” He also writes a monthly column for The Stockman Grass-Farmer.

Gerrish’s topics for the day will be Planning for Year-Round Grazing and Effectively Grazing Winter Range and Pasture.

Gerrish said, “Year-around grazing does not happen by accident. It takes planning for the entire grazing season before the first blade of grass comes up green in the spring. Learn how to balance forage supply and demand throughout the year and how to more effectively use limited grazing resources in the winter months.”

This Coffee Shop Meeting starts at 10 a.m. with registration and concludes around 3 p.m. A catered lunch will be served. We are asking a $5 registration fee to help insure a lunch count. Please RSVP by Jan. 23 to Comanche County Extension, P.O. Box 577 Coldwater, KS 67029. Call 620-582-2411 or bfry@ksu.edu for more information. These Coffee Shop Meetings are jointly sponsored by the Comanche Pool Prairie Resource Foundation, K-State Research and Extension, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Area Conservation Districts, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, and U.S. Fish and Game.

Date: 1/13/2014



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