Big Spring Farm
683 Blankenship rd, Adolphus KY 42101
10 am – 3 pm Central time
RSVP: Greg Brann
An interactive field discussion to assist folks in managing the water cycle, nutrient cycle, energy flow, and biological interactions.
Our Management Goals:
Managing pastures for optimum quality and quantity
Managing water with proper placement and access
Managing livestock for easy keeping and higher profitability
Managing soil moisture, carbon, and other nutrients (no commercial fertilizer in 15 years)
Discussion Topics: Led by Greg Brann
Grass, clover, and forb mixes
Application of regenerative ag.
Addressing Resource Concerns
Multi-paddock and multi-species grazing (cow-calf to finish, hair sheep to finish, goats for weed management, farrow to finish hogs, 100% grass-fed dairy, and wool sheep for fiber and meat)
Weed management: high-density grazing, goats, and clipping
Sacrifice paddock management
$40 for the event, lunch provided with on-farm meats, and Brayden will cater again this year.