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Forage Celebrates 25 Years

25 years


Forage Summer Tour
from Sheep & Soils to Buffalo & Bromegrass
Date & Time: Thursday June 15 2017 from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Location: Taylor Lake Community Hall, BC

For more information call Sandra at 250.789.6885
or email us through coordinator@peaceforage.bc.ca

Cost will be $40 per person, $60 per farm unit for members, $50 for non members. Space may be limited. Pre-registration is strongly advised.


Forage Mentorship Program

Are you interested in working with local producers to discuss your ranch or farm operations? From January to March, 2017, the Peace River Forage Association offered a series of short courses. The group or pre-registered people chose their own adventures from topics such as: ranch management, profit and loss, low stress livestock handling, feed formulation, pasture improvement, soil health, water systems and marketing.
For more information call Julie at 250.262.7576
or email us through coordinator@peaceforage.bc.ca


BC Videos on Teaching Livestock to Graze Weeds

Click here to check out 4 videos from our activities on this project linked to our Facebook page or try googling this topic on YouTube.


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