Livestock Training – March 26, 2011
Ann is a veterinarian with over 15 years experience in organic livestock production, including producing and selling organic lamb herself. In private practice for 11 years and working on the ATTRA project for 9 years, she now has her own business working with producers and educators across the country on developing sustainable animal health management plans. Her philosophy is to focus on the health of the animal through controlled grazing management and stress reduction techniques and strategies. She feels very strongly that the health of the animal is tied to the health of the soil and plants and that decreasing stress is important in enhancing health. She also believes that controlled (management-intensive) grazing is the best way to achieve health of all three components.
There’s a training at Dover, Okla on March 12 and one in Wilson Community Center on March 26, 2012.