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The 'Mob Grazing Q&A: Moving animals and assessing forage' event is one of many events listed. View all events.
Online event co-hosted by Soil Association Scotland and Pasture for Life (PFLA)
Throughout October, farmers in Soil Association Scotland’s mob grazing group – Charley and Andrea Walker of Barnside Farm, Doug Christie of Durie Farm and Nikki and James Yoxall of Grampian Grazers – will be sharing short daily videos on Twitter and in our Mob Grazing Scotland Facebook group on the theme of moving animals and assessing pasture.
On Monday 2 November, these three farmers will join us for a Q&A, chaired by independent agricultural consultant and farmer Emily Grant. All welcome!
Come along to discuss:
Free of charge to farmers, land managers and foresters in Scotland.
If you have any questions please contact Jane on 0131 370 8150 (email@example.com)