Grazing Management Featured During Webinar

CORDELL, Okla.. – Washita County and surrounding areas, here we come. Flexible, yet specific. That may sound like an odd combination, but it’s actually a solid description of how to apply conservation practices. In other words, what may work in one or two areas might not be as successful in another because of various factors. So always be open to different approaches. One of those is grazing management, and that will be a key topic of the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s (NRCS) Cordell Grazing Management Free Webinar on Aug. 26. That’s right, we are bringing the workshop to you in…

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