The Grazing Scholars webinar series is a joint effort between Maia Grazing & Gallagher Passion for Pasture to bring grazing livestock producers relevant tips, techniques, and guidance regarding grazing and pastoral management practices.
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RESEARCH, PRODUCER RELATIONS, APPLIED AG SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY, and EDUCATION make up the foundation of their activities. They host many events and their website is full of literature surrounding managed grazing and other agricultural practices. Noble is scientists, consultants, collaborators, plant breeders, greenhouse assistants, agricultural economists, forage agronomists, beef producers, soils and crops specialists, wildlife biologists, biochemists, mycologists, genomicists, community members, teachers, life-long learners. Nearly 400 employees come together from 20-plus countries to work at Noble Research Institute headquarters in Ardmore, Oklahoma, and research farms in the surrounding area, to carry out the vision of Lloyd Noble. Just like Noble, they hold a deep appreciation for agriculture and the people who produce food. They combine various backgrounds and expertise to find solutions to problems faced by farmers and ranchers.
Financial assistance for pasture and grazing improvement including fence and water system establishment or improvement can be obtained from the NRCS. Check out their two programs, Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) and Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). Click on the links under "Financial Assistance Program" to learn about each one.