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Grazing School In Bois D’Arc Last Opportunity In 2015

SPRINGFIELD, MO.
   The last 2015 grazing school in southwest Missouri is slated for October in Bois D’Arc. The regional Management-intensive Grazing (MiG) Schools are conducted by University of Missouri Extension and the National Resource Conservation Service.
   The three-day educational program will introduce attendees to a variety of soil, fertility, forage and economic considerations involved with planning a grazing system.
   Management-intensive Grazing is a proven method for improving fields and increasing farm profits. As result, the area grazing schools tend to fill up quickly.
   This final session will be Oct. 20-22 during the day in Bois D’Arc, 10 miles northwest of Springfield.
   Registration forms and fees can be obtained at the NRCS office on Hwy. B, Springfield, Mo., or by contacting Mark Green at (417) 831-5246 or via e-mail at mark.green@mo.usda.gov. There is a limit on attendance at each location, and the enrollment fee varies. ∆
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