2016 CA Multi-Species Grazing/Browsing Academy

This academy is a unique and exciting program emphasizing the practical application of controlled grazing/browsing principles to improve the environment and increase ranch profit.  This challenging course consists of a minimum of lecture and a maximum of hands-on experience.  Participants learn by actually applying the principles taught in the range and pasture with live animals.

You will learn grazing principles, range and brush ecology, nutrition, guard dogs, reproduction, health, grazing planning, and monitoring.

Instructors: Roger Ingram, Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor Placer and Nevada Counties
An Peischel, Small Ruminant Specialist, Tennessee State University

Who Should Attend:  Ranchers, land managers, and agency personnel who manage livestock on privately owned or public and range land.

Visit the website http://ucanr.org/sites/Roger_Livestock/Multi-Species_Academy/ for additional information and registration. Registration closes September 4, 2016

Dates: September 16, 2016 – September 18, 2016
Time: All Day
Cost: $170 includes meals and course materials  NO walk-in registrations due to set-up needed for hands-on activities   NO REFUNDS – Your payment guarantees your space

Contact: Roger Ingram by phone: 530 889-7385 or by email: rsinfram@ucdavis.edu
Sponsor: UC Cooperative Extension Placer/Nevada Livestock and Natural Resources
Location: 11477 E Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603