This one-day seminar on Dung Beetles, Soil Biology and Innovative Grazing Systems is just down the road in Cameron on Tuesday, May 10. It should be an informative and interesting opportunity to examine some of the relationships between soil health, animal health, and efficient, sustainable meat production. There will be classroom sessions along with a tour of some of the systems and techniques presented.
The admission fee is $100 per person and includes refreshments and lunch. Registration and payment must be mailed soon.
Read more about Serengeti-Style Grazing and its success in the South in this article.