Register Now For The 31st Annual GrassWorks Grazing Conference

Foraging Ahead: The GrassWorks Grazing Conference, now in its 31st year, will be held February
2-4, 2023 at the Chula Vista Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

This event is a unique gathering of seasoned and new graziers learning alongside and from each other.
Attendees have many opportunities to network and discuss their operations and techniques peer-to-peer during breaks, social times, banquets, and music along with over 30 breakout sessions focused on grazing management. It really is a celebration of grazing!

Expert graziers and professionals integral to GrassWorks goals for advancing education about grass-based agriculture will be providing excellent sessions with topics including animal health, handling and selection, soil fertility in pastures, overwintering strategies, farm finances and technology in the pastures.

Jason Cavadini will kick-off the conference with “The Future of Grazing.” Featured speakers are varied. Dan Kittredge of Bio-Nutrient Food Association, will talk about the connection between nutrient variations in beef to management, genetics, soil, forage, and the microbiome. Alan J. Franzluebbers, Ph.D. USDA – Ag Research Service, will talk about soil fertility including predicting soil nitrogen availability and ability to manage portions of soil carbon. Inga Witscher of St. Isidore’s Dairy Farmstead Cheese, will walk participants through the cheese-making process with on-farm fresh milk.

Thursday night entertainment is Michael Perry, author, humorist, playwright, and radio show
host from New Auburn, Wisconsin.

For over 3 decades, GrassWorks has served as a nonprofit membership organization that
provides leadership and education to farmers and consumers for the advancement of
grass-based agriculture to benefit present and future generations. GrassWorks envisions a
future in which profitable pasture-based agriculture flourishes in the upper Midwestern States,
where healthy livestock are raised on well-managed pastures in harmony with the environment,
and where managed grazing takes its place as a mainstream sustainable livestock production
practice. More information can be found on the GrassWorks website.