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Holistic Planned Grazing

February 24 - February 26

  • A three-day Savory Institute Accredited Course through the Colorado Regenerative Network.Adopting good grazing practices can increase grass productivity, profits, stocking rates, and crop yields; improve livestock health; increase biodiversity; and even mitigate flood, drought, and climate change.Tangible Outcomes:

    Manage livestock grazing so that animals stay healthy and productive whilst increasing the biological capital that will sustain your livelihood for generations to come. Good grazing increases plant density and biodiversity whilst eliminating the need for costly inputs.

    Learning Outcomes:

    Develop a grazing plan for your farm that takes into account the many variables that are commonly left out of grazing planning, such as erratic weather, different types or classes of livestock, grazing through croplands, orchards, vineyards, wildlife needs, and family needs (such as holidays), and much more.

    Our In-Person Courses Maximise Learning:

    This is an in-person course with a Savory Institute-accredited instructor.

We keep it interactive by doing practical exercises in the classroom and in the field.

We answer your specific questions and provide feedback.


February 24th-26th at Yellow Barn Farm, Boulder, CO.

Is this an Accredited Course?

This accredited course is part of the Savory Institute Holistic Management curriculum.

Complete the series to fulfill the curriculum requirement of becoming a Savory Institute Accredited Professional.

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Bill Parker


Yellow Barn Farm
9417 North Foothills Hwy
Longmont, CO 80503 United States
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