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From Jim Cropper, Executive Director of the Northeast Pasture Consortium: Attached is the January 2015 News Update announcing all the details of our 2015 Conference being held at the Waterfront Place Hotel in Morgantown, WV on March 11 and 12. … Continue reading
The September NEPC newsletter (PDF) has information on the 2015 annual meeting, grazing management, the bluegrass billbug and more.
Our annual conference and meeting in 2015 will be at the Waterfront Place Hotel and the Greater Morgantown Conference & Convention Center on March 11-12 in Morgantown, WV. It precedes the Appalachian Grazing Conference held on March 13-14 at the … Continue reading
Carbon Sequestration Potential of Agricultural Systems R. Howard Skinner USDA-ARS, University Park, PA (full report) Abstract Through proper management, agricultural systems (cropland, pasture, and forest) have the ability to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and sequester it in soils … Continue reading
From researchers at the University of New Hampshire (for information; this is not a NEPC-sponsored project): We are looking for participants for an upcoming study at the University of New Hampshire related to the conversion of forest to pasture. We … Continue reading
Case Study: Dairies Using Ultra-high Stocking Density Grazing in New York and Pennsylvania Dr. Kathy Soder, USDA-ARS Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit, University Park, PA Full factsheet (PDF) Ultra-high stocking density (UHSD) grazing, sometimes referred to as “mob … Continue reading
Dear Orchardgrass Task Force, Extension agents, Professors, Industry members, and others, I am a PhD student in Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech. I am working with Dr. Ben Tracy on understanding the causes of reduced persistence in … Continue reading
Central New York RC&D has prepared the 2014 version of its grazing monitoring charts. These and other resources are available at their website.
Grazing few hours during the afternoon and evening Dr. Kathy Soder, USDA ARS Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit full report (PDF) Facts Cattle concentrate grazing during the afternoon and evening. Pasture presents the highest sugar, digestibility and less … Continue reading