Stony Creek Farm, 1738 Freer Hollow Rd., Walton, NY 13856
Wednesday, June 27
INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT METHODS FOR MULTI-SPECIES GRAZING?
Kate and Dan Marsiglio will explain their pasturing systems and demonstrate the techniques they use to manage and protect their animals organically. Lean about predator control at Stony Creek Farm and becoming proactive on parasite control. Fencing options for pasturing animals will be discussed, and field day participants will have “hands-on” experiences in moving portable electric fence.
REGISTRATION: Free for NOFA-NY members, $15.00 for non-members
Contact: Stephanie Backer-Bertsch at NOFA-NY, 583-271-1979 ex. 509
or visit the Nofa-NY website for online registration www.nofany.org
Supported by USDA Risk Mangement Agency Education and Community outreach Prgram, and Beginnin Farmer and Racher Development Program of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA Grant #2009-49400-05878