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The 'Getting Greener Grass: How to make the most of the grazing season (Lockerbie) – A Soil Association event' event is one of many events listed. View all events.
With the combination of snow and drought last year, it’s likely that by the end of February your feed stocks will be getting low. But how can you get your animals out early if your grass hasn’t grown enough?
Join us and pasture expert Andre van Barneveld of Graise Consultancy to find out how to make practical decisions about if, when and how to apply nitrogen.
Learn how to consider the soil, grazing and livestock on your farm together.
Find out what combination of slurry, muck and nitrogen fertiliser will get grass green and growing.
Come along and find how you can get more from your grazing season.
Free of charge to farmers and land managers. Booking is required.