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Saturday, January 18 • 9:00am - 10:15am
MIG, Mob, and More: Adjust Grazing Management to Get the Results You Want

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Sometimes called Management-Intensive, sometimes called Adaptive Multi-Paddock, sometimes called Mob, good grazing management has plenty of similar principles across multiple styles and situations. How can you harness the similarities, and some genuine differences, to manage your land and animals for particular results? Veteran graziers Bill Fosher and Troy Bishopp will talk through how they’ve actively used principles in their practice in beef, sheep and dairy situations.

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Bill Fosher

Edgefield Farm
Bill Fosher started farming in 1989 in Hadley, Mass., and hasn’t been able to stop since. After years of moving from place to place, he and his wife, Lynn Zimmerman, have put down roots in the Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire, not far from where Bill grew up.  Vegetables... Read More →
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Troy Bishopp

Bishopp Family Farm
Affectionately known as “The Grass Whisperer”, Troy is a well-seasoned grass farmer, a grasslands advocate, and a voice for grassfed livestock producers to the media, consumers, restaurateurs and policy-makers.

Saturday January 18, 2020 9:00am - 10:15am EST
Waterlot - Lake Morey Resort