Conservation Grazing Part Two – find out about the ways livestock can support the making of an ecologically rich meadow
- Date: 9 December 2021
- Time: 7.30pm
- Address: online
Livestock can support the making of an ecologically rich meadow – more flowers, more wildlife, more carbon.
Join us for the second of two evening talks introducing the fascinating subject of conservation grazing. If you graze grasslands and want to enhance their biodiversity these talks are for you. Or, if you just want to find out more about the fascinating subject of conservation grazing, please join us, all are welcome.
Part Two: 9th December, 7.30pm-8.30pm
Phil Wilson, ecologist and grazier, talks about how your dinner can help mitigate climate change
Dr Pen Rashbass outlines the essential guide to animal health & welfare when grazing for nature and discusses how a species-rich diet benefits animal health. Pen will also highlight the medicinal properties of many plants
Simon Berry, senior farm advisor with the Devon Wildlife Trust discusses best practice for grazing wetter meadows
The evening will include a half hour question and answer session following the talks
Conservation Grazing Part One – find out about the ways livestock can support the making of an ecologically rich meadow
2 December 2021
Register to find out: * The effects of livestock wormers on dung fauna * The ways that different animals graze and their impact on a meadow * When to graze and at what density to achieve best results - and so much more!