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Upcoming Goat Grazing Events

There are several goat grazing events in Wisconsin in the next few weeks.

Virtual Fencing Workshop

  • Date: Saturday, May 20, 10-11 a.m.
  • Location: Pioneer Park in Prairie Farm, Wis.
  • Fee: $2/person
  • Hosted by: The Munch Bunch and Traditional and Green Skills Workshop
  • For more information/register: Visit the Facebook Event

Rotational grazing requires lots of fences! We will be demonstrating a fenceless grazing solution that eliminates the need for physical fences and enables farmers to flexibly manage their pastures and herds from their smartphones. Moving your herd to a new paddock can be done from your sofa! This will truly blow your mind and open up endless new opportunities to manage your herd in a way that mimics natural grazing.

Low Input Pastured Meat Goat Production

  • Date: Saturday, May 28, 12-4 p.m.
  • Location: 1dr Acres Farm, 5686 Griffiths Rd., Dodgeville, WI 53533
  • Hosted by: Wisconsin Meat Goat Association, Junior Wisconsin Meat Goat Association, Michael Fields Ag Institute, Uplands Watershed Group, Compeer Financial, The Savanna Institute, and River Alliance of Wisconsin
  • More info/RSVP info: Facebook event page

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