Regenerative Grazing Management Short Course
October 24 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$400
Benalla, VIC – three one-day sessions in Oct 2018, Feb 2019 & April 2019
Expressions of interest (EOI) are now open to farmers in the Goulburn Broken Catchment to participate in the practical short course in regenerative grazing management over three sessions (spring, summer and autumn).
Regenerative grazing management is a planning process that deals with the complexity of integrating livestock production with pasture growth and recovery whilst regenerating land, animal health and profitability. Key principles include high stock density, long plant recovery and regular monitoring.
Regenerative grazing management can help farmers build a soil resource base, lower costs of production, and link rainfall and growing events. This decreases seasonal risk by supporting production and profit in times of climate variation.
Are you a new or experienced grazing manager?
Are you looking to jump to the next level?
The Goulburn Broken CMA is hosting a practical short course for farmers keen to trial regenerative grazing management practices and boost soil health.
This course is supported by funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, hosted by the Goulburn Broken CMA in partnership with Stipa Native Grasses Association.
Course location – DEWLP/Goulburn Broken CMA Office, 89 Sydney Road, Benalla VIC 3672.
Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now open to farmers to participate in this practical course being run over 3 sessions (spring, summer & autumn)
The course is being offered at a highly discounted rate of $400 (normally valued at $1,500) thanks to funding through the National Landcare Program.
For more information please see the flyer below.
To apply, complete this EOI online or download and complete the EOI form below.
Your EOI should be submitted by Monday 15 October 2018 by emailing email@example.com or posting to PO BOX 124, Benalla VIC 3672.
Successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday 16 October 2018.
Session One – Wednesday – 24 October 2018
– Developing your grazing management plan and demonstration trial.
– Selecting a design that works for you.
– Practical daily monitoring and corrective action for animal health and performance.
– Stocking rate and land health.
– Low-stress stock handling.
– Preparing for summer.