The Appalachian Grazing Conference is held every two years and offers informative presentations and demonstrations to farmers with cattle, goats and sheep. Participants hear from America's leading speakers on strategies designed to increase their profits. On our channel you will find presentations from previous conferences and other informative material.
The Appalachian Grazing Conference is a cooperative of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Southwest Pennsylvania Project Grass, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, West Virginia Association of Conservation Districts, West Virginia Conservation Agency, West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design and West Virginia University Extension Service.
With so many informative presentations about livestock and forage management strategies to increase pro ts, the 2017 Appalachian Grazing Conference is an opportunity that Appalachian livestock producers should not miss! There will be presentations of interest to those with cattle, goats and sheep.
With a reasonable registration fee of only $150 and room rates at a discounted price, the Appalachian Grazing Conference is an excellent value.
Because of the importance of the information being presented to grazing producers, many West Virginia Conservation Districts are o ering scholarships to
cover the conference fee! Call your local conservation district for more information. You can nd your local conservation district by visiting www.wvca.us/districts.