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Brussels Agri Services Ltd. Pasture Walk and Talk

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Brussels Agri Services Ltd. Pasture Walk and Talk

Time: June 7, 2023 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: Grazing Meadows Wagyu,
Street: Clinton,
City/Town: Canada
Website or Map: https://allevents.in/clinton/…
Phone: 1-877-887-9391
Event Type: walk, and, talk
Organized By: Brussels Agri Services Ltd.
Latest Activity: May 30, 2023

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Event Description

Pasture season is here! The grass is lush and growing! Our event is sure to get you excited for pasture season! We are thrilled to invite you to our Annual Pasture Walk and Talk 2023.

Our annual Pasture Walk and Talk takes place Wednesday June 7th, 2023. A delicious Norpac Steak on a bun dinner will be served starting at 5pm with Pasture Walk and Talk to follow.

We are excited to welcome our guest speaker, Dr. Katie Wood, from the University of Guelph. Katie will focus on capturing carbon by rotational grazing. We also have 5 great stations with tons of information to integrate into your grazing programs. We will have special pricing on some selected grazing tools.

As always, there is NO CHARGE for this event, but we would ask that you please RSVP by June 2, 2023 to reach us on the phone please call 1-877-887-9391 or email us at tim@brusselsagri.com

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