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RSCS Reunion - August 20-22 2010

Pasture walk announced

The Oneida County Soil and Water Conservation District has announced a Pasture walk at Groeslon Farm, hosted by Ray & Wanda Paddock, at 10941 Fairchild Rd., Remsen, NY on Tuesday, June 23rd from 10:00am-Noon.

The Paddock family milks about 65 registered Holsteins and have been rotationally grazing since the mid 1990s. This pasture walk will focus on the no-till seeding the Paddocks did in the spring of 2008. The no-till seeding was put into what is used as pasture and meadow.

Ray Paddock will discuss what he has seen as the benefits and any drawbacks to the no-till seeding. Also in the discussion will be the feeding program and how it has changed over the years. The Paddocks’ are currently averaging approximately 70 pounds per cow per day through the early part of the grazing season, using rotational grazing.

Joining the walk will be Karen Hoffman of the Natural Resources Conservation Service and she will discuss current pasture conditions and nutrition. If you would like to learn more about rotational grazing or have some questions related to grazing, please join us at the farm for some knowledge, sharing of ideas, fellowship and lunch.

To register or for more information, please call Bill Paddock at 315-736-3316, ext. 3, or e-mail william-paddock@oneidaswcd.org. The registration deadline is June 19.

The Oneida County SWCD is working in partnership with the Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) in the implementation of a Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative Project administered by ANCA with funding and program support from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

 

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