Equipping farmers to build resilient farms and communities.
Mike Salama poses in one of his greenhouses in Boone. He hosted a field day on June 20 that focused on succulents, houseplants and the Salamas’ hydroponic greens and tomatoes.
Ranching in Alberta, Steve Kenyon has lots of experience with cold, snowy winters. Even so, he has designed a system to allow for profitable winter grazing. In this farminar, Steve will discuss the importance of pasture planning; bale and swath grazing; and the economics of winter grazing, including labor and equipment.
PFI Farminar: Winter Grazing – Steve Kenyon
PFI Office Closed
Farm Transfer WorkshopShirley Baker Commons, Luther College, Decorah, IA 52101
Farm Transfer WorkshopCherokee Community Center Yacht Club, 606 Spring Lake Dr., Cherokee, IA 51012
Practical Farmers of Iowa works to equip farmers to build resilient farms and communities. Our values include: welcoming everyone; farmers leading the exchange of experience and knowledge; curiosity, creativity, collaboration and community; resilient farms now and for future generations; and stewardship of land and resources. Our programs are guided by the interests and priorities of our members.
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