Judith Basin Conservation District is hosting their annual range school on May 29th and 30th, 2019. This incredible opportunity is titled, “Putting the pieces of the puzzle together”, livestock genetic management & grazing with Johann Zietsman.
Johann Zietsman is a world renowned speaker and will be in Hobson for a 2-day seminar on livestock management and grazing. Johann will be sharing proven concepts for selecting and utilizing the best adapted genetics with ultra-high-density grazing resulting in much higher profitability per acre while greatly improving the land. You can visit Johann’s website here!
The range school is May 29-30th, from 8:30AM-4:00PM at Bos Terra, 342 Sale Barn Drive, Hobson, Montana. A $30.00 registration includes lunch, snacks, and drinks for both days, in addition to the admittance to the range school. You can register online here!
Sponsors for this event include: Rangeland Resources Committee, Montana DNRC, Judith Basin Conservation District, Judith Basin Stockgrowers, Stockman Bank, Fergus Conservation District, Cascade Conservation District, USDA, Agriculture Building Committee, Tall Boys Tavern, Western Sustainability Exchange, Northwest Farm Credit Services, MSU-Extension, and Petroleum County Conservation District.