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Attendees of Paul Mugge’s field day enjoy a meal together between two field days the Mugges hosted on July 17. One focused on prairie and beneficial insect habitat on the Mugge farm. The other explored organic row crop production and mechanical weed control.
Martha, of Hawkeye Buffalo Ranch in Fredericksburg, will share the benefits of and considerations for raising and selling bison. She’ll discuss bison behavior (they are not cattle!), her fencing infrastructure and handling facilities, markets selling bison products and state regulations related to bison. Martha will also walk us through on-farm videos as part of a live Q&A session.
Virtual Field Day: Bison 101: Raising and Selling Bison
Small Grains Shared Learning Call: Integrating Small Grains at a Dairy
Virtual Field Day: Integrating Sheep and Vegetables at Sundog Farm – Grazing Cover Crops & Field Cleaning (3/3)
Virtual Field Day: Growing High-Quality Food-Grade Oats
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