MSU to Offer Beginning Grazing School at Three Locations  


Michigan State University Extension will offer a beginning grazing school for farmers and landowners grazing dairy, equine and livestock animals at three locations in Michigan simultaneously using high speed video conferencing in September.  The two-day school will be offered at the MSU Kellogg Biological Station Dairy Learning Center at Hickory Corners, MI., the MSU Lake City Ag BioResearch Center at Lake City, MI., and the MSU Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center in the Central Upper Peninsula of Michigan near Chatham.  Recent high speed transmission upgrades at these locations have made it feasible to reach farms in more locations with this high quality educational program.  Each location will have Michigan State University grazing specialists and Extension educators onsite who will be presenters and will be conducting in-field demonstrations.  Participants only need to attend the closest location to participate in the full school and gain the expertise of the numerous speakers from across the State.

The school will be held on September 24 and 25.

Misty Klotz

Climate Change and Agriculture Outreach Coordinator
Volunteer Coordinator
MSU W.K. Kellogg Biological Station
3700 East Gull Lake Drive
Hickory Corners, MI 49060