June 21-23, 2022, in Wall, SD
For information, call: (605) 280-0127
Hosted by: South Dakota Grassland Coalition www.SDGrass.org
Each year, the South Dakota Grassland Coalition hosts the Wall/West River Grazing School in Wall/Quinn, SD area during June. Contact us at (605) 280-0127 or visit SDGrass.org for more information. The Grazing School is designed by producers for producers or anyone that has an interest in learning how to best manage grasslands to benefit livestock. The agenda features presenters from state and federal agencies, and universities. Area producers share their expertise about various topics related to grazing techniques and grassland management. Participants will hear presentations in the classroom and gain experience with hands-on activities in the field. Space is limited. Early registration is encouraged to participate.
The Grazing School is 2 ½ days of working with grass allocation and livestock as well as the agenda items below:
Seasons for Grazing Nutrition
Managing Diversity on Rangelands
Practical Guide to Rangeland Inventory
Plant Species Identification
Clip Like a Cow
Manage for Diversity
Grazing Strategies & Concerns at Home
Vision & Goals
Grazing for Healthier Soil
Planning for a Forage Shortage
Planning Grazing Strategies
Fencing and Watering Systems
Implementing Grazing Practices
Send registration form and fee to:
South Dakota Grassland Coalition
Attn: Judge Jessop
24690 299th Ave
Presho, SD 57568
$300 for SDGC members
Or $335 for non-members – which includes a one-year membership.
Each additional person from an operation is
*Fee includes session materials and meals
Participants are responsible for lodging.
Ask for the “Grazing School” block at Econo Lodge (605) 515-3856.
Classroom activities will take place at Wall Community Events Center (Across the street from Wall Drug).
Pat Guptill Ranch for pasture activities.