Pasture Management Tour • Dickinson County
Tuesday, Aug 26th, 2014 @ 9am
Fred & Jeannie Traskowsky Farm • Herington, KS • Map
Learn Innovative Management Techniques for Extending Grazing with Limited Resources. Join us to learn about the land by taking a walk through the pasture and experiencing first-hand the endless possibilities available to help better your land. Bring a hat, sun block & bug spray.
9:00 a.m. Registration (snacks & water provided) 9:30 a.m. Tour begins
Lunch will be served at the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall in Woodbine following the tour
Directions: From junction of Hwy 56 & Hwy 77, go 5 miles north on Hwy 77, then ½ mile west on 1000 Ave.
• Dale Kirkham, Rancher
• Dwayne Rice, NRCS Rangeland Specialist
• Allie Rath, Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist
• Fred Traskowsky, Landowner/Rancher
• Solar Watering System
• Forage & Grazing Management
• Soil Quality
• Value of Forbs/Beneficial Forbs
• Brush Control
• Noxious Weeds
• Quality Bird Habitat
Please RSVP by Friday, August 22 to one of the following locations:
Dickinson County Conservation District/NRCS, 785-263-2787
Dickinson County Extension Office, 785-263-2001
Environmental Services, 785-263-4780
Other Sponsors: K-State Research and Extension, Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever, Dickinson County Services, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service
Contact: Allie Rath firstname.lastname@example.org 785-263-1351 ext. 1335
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