Pastured Pigs Course
By Grit Staff
KUTZTOWN, Pennsylvania — The popularity of pastured pork has seen an increase in the last few years, and many producers have been enjoying the added income to their small farm operation. The Rodale Institute will be hosting a three-hour workshop on May 6 demonstrating their cost-effective method of producing high-quality pastured pork. Rodale Institute’s Farm Director Ross Duffield will be discussing management techniques, including pasture rotation, foraging and nutrition, and even putting them to work tilling up acreage.
For more information and to get registered, visitwww.RodaleInstitute.org.
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