2022 Cornell Sheep & Goat Symposium on Grazing Management for Goats and Sheep
September 16 - September 17, 2022
Cornell University/Frank Morrison Hall
507 Tower Rd
Ithaca, NY 14853
email Barbara Jones
- Pasture walk at the Cornell Solar Farms
- Forage walk at the Cornell Forage Plots
- Managed Grazing 101
- Forage Basics
- Making Grazing Management Decisions
- Solving Problem Spots in your Pastures
- Potential Tools for Managing Internal Parasites in Pastured Small Ruminants
- Grazing Sheep on Solar Farms
- Using Goats to Manage Vegetation Challenges and Enhance Grazing Environments and Landscape
See attachments for registration form and other information.
Registration Form (PDF; 167KB)
Symposium Program (PDF; 106KB)
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