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This three-day workshop will look at how to help area folks dealing with pasture issues

The Oregon Pasture Network in Oregon City will hold "Grazing, Soils & Pastures: An Intensive 3-Day Workshop," beginning at 6 p.m. on June 13.

The workshop will run through June 15 and is a program of Friends of Family Farmers (FoFF) designed to support the growth of pasture-based agriculture in Oregon by providing networking, educational, and marketing support to livestock producers.

The three-day pasture workshop will offer help to Canby-area residents dealing with pastures and how to get the most out of them.

The OPN is partnering with Dr. Woody Lane of Lane Livestock Services to offer this special course.

Topics will include setting up a grazing system, when to move animals off pasture, identifying common forages, gauging the nutritional value of forages, reading soil tests, and much more.

This course is open to livestock owners and prospective livestock owners interested in raising animals on pasture and learning more about cutting edge grazing practices that can help improve environmental and animal health while increasing your bottom line.

Learn more and register online at

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