Pair of pasture walks taking place in August

Amy Fenn pasture walk Tuesday, August 14, 2018, 10:30 am
12041 Severson Rd., Ferryville WI

Topic: Year 2 Conveting woods to silvopasture, designing a forage chain and adding chickens for fly control. Directions: From Seneca: Go N about 9 miles to County Rd C. Turn Left for 1 mile to Severson Rd on right. Go right 1.1 miles to 12041.

Studnicka Cattle Company pasture walk Tuesday, August 21, 2018, 10:30 am
1435 Blue River Rd., Muscoda, WI

Topic: Development of his 40 pair cow/calf operation and marketing-both on-farm and working with the WI Grass-Fed Beef Co-op. GUEST SPEAKER: David Vetrano, retired DNR trout biologist and grazer on the history & appropriateness of rotational grazing in the Driftless Area. Grant County Cattleman’s Association is donating items for the lunch. Directions: From Boscobel: Take 133 east towards Muscoda about 11 miles to Blue River Rd on right (past the town of Blue River). Turn right onto Blue River Rd . Go approx. 1.1 miles past Forest Rd to farm entrance on right at 1435.

The Kickapoo Grazing Initiative, now in its sixth year, is an innovative public/private conservation partnership that focuses on promoting economic and environmental incentives for farmers and landowners to adopt managed grazing in the Kickapoo Valley in southwest Wisconsin. We provide pasture walks/workshops for area farmers and landowners as well as hands-on technical assistance for grazing plans. Funding for our work is through NRCS and the McKnight Foundation and our partners. We are part of the Kickapoo Boots on the Ground Collaborative through NRCS (under number 54599) and National Fish & Wildlife Foundation.

For other upcoming KGI events, please go to our website at and click on the Events page or Find us on Facebook at Email Cynthia Olmstead at to be added to our email list.

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