Grazing Dairy Technology Farm Tour




Event Details

Date

September 14, 2023

Time

1pm-3pm

Location

Cottonwood Farms, LLC
10771 Cook Rd
Pavilion, NY 14525

Host

Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program

Margaret Quaassdorff
585-405-2567



At this free event, we will learn how the Tillotsons' multigenerational Cottonwood Farms manages their organic grazing system in conjunction with their automated milking system.  We will also hear about their soil health and conservation practices. Tillotson will also be able to speak about his experience embracing other technologies to help manage the farm and implement sustainable practices. 

Free event, all are welcome, though registration is appreciated.

For any questions, please contact Margaret Quaassdorff at 585-405-2567 or maq27@cornell.edu.

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