Virginia Cooperative Extension has a program, GRAZE 300, to improve pasture management and increase the number of producers that graze livestock 300 days a year or more. The Graze 300 VA team is conducting a survey of farmers across the Commonwealth to document perceptions and attitudes related to grazing practices and to identify factors that influence farmers’ adoption of rotational grazing. Findings of this study will help Extension better serve farmers statewide.
Regardless of grazing management or type of grazing animals raised, the team wants to hear from you. To access and complete the survey, click on this link: https://tinyurl.com/Graze300VT. Questions – Scott Baker, Senior Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources, 540-521-3475 mobile, firstname.lastname@example.org. For educational resources on grazing developed by the Graze 300 team, visit https://ext.vt.edu/agriculture/graze-300.html.