Drought Management Webinar
Join PCBFA for a three part series on managing hay, pasture, and nutrition in unpredictable weather conditions
Friday February 3rd
Grazing plans and drought conditions
Friday February 10th
Nutrient management for forages and crops
Friday February 17th
Nutrition and Hayland Management for cattle
Free to Attend!
Recordings will be sent out 1 week after live sessions
Register online below, or contact Johanna at 780-523-4033
Friday, February 3rd, 7-9pm MST
Jim Gerrish is an independent grazing lands educator, consultant, and writer providing service to farmers and ranchers on both private and public lands across the US and internationally through American GrazingLands Services LLC. He currently lives in the Pahsimeroi Valley in central Idaho and working with ranchers using both irrigated pastures and native rangeland as well as livestock farmers in high natural rainfall environments
Dr Akim Omokanye
Friday, February 10th, 7-9pm MST
Akim is PCBFA’s Research Coordinator and a Forage/Livestock Research Agronomist. He is responsible for planning, executing and tracking research projects and demonstrations as well as making the findings available to producers for local adoption. Akim is very passionate about sharing his research findings with producers in the Peace and with other researchers worldwide.
Low Stress Handling On Pasture
Friday, February 17th 7-9pm MST
Barry Yaremcio is an independent ruminant nutritionist and production management consultant who works out of Stettler Alberta.
He has nearly 40 years of experience in both private industry and government, working with beef cattle producers on forage production, cattle nutrition and animal management.