Several grazing conferences scheduled over the coming months offer stocker operators a chance to catch up on the latest in grazing and range-management strategies.
Seeds for Success
Williams is highly sought after for his two-day seminars on low-stress livestock handling, developed through decades of experience on ranches all over the world. Williams will condense his main principles on that topic, as well as his unique marketing approach, into a single three-hour session covering both marketing and stockmanship.
Judy will spend Saturday morning covering high stock-density grazing and his signature “no-risk ranching” approach. Judy turned his family’s
Brown will describe how to match cattle to the environment in terms of both genetics and economics. Brown is the seedstock manager and also handles marketing for R.A. Brown Ranch in
National Conference on Grazing Lands
The Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative will host the third National Conference on Grazing Lands, Dec. 13-16 in Reno, Nev. Titled “Grazing Lands: a Winning Hand,” the conference brings together land managers from all 50 states for education, technology advancements and environmental sustainability. Participants influence the management of grazing lands that comprise 73 percent of the nation’s land base. Successful producers will give the majority of the presentations. For more information, click here.