‘Cattle 101’ With Nita Wilton

Saturday, April 5, 2014

10am -3pm

Location: TorWynd Farm
21000 NE Cove Orchard Rd.
Yamhill, OR 97148

Learn about rotational grazing and intensive pasture management,
nutrition, fencing, breeds and conformation, the art and science of grass,
etc. Class will be held outside, and warm clothes and muck boots are suggested.
No dogs, please.

Cost: $60 in advance, $65 day of class (bring your lunch)
Coffee, tea and water provided

Class is located at TorWynd Farm, a 100-year old farmstead on 40 acres
in Yamhill, now in its 1st year as a beef cattle operation on reclaimed
pastures, located south of Forest Grove on Hwy 47. Limited overnight
accommodations are available, please inquire for information and directions.

About Nita Wilton, cattle mentor and instructor: “Our farm is a 180-acre, 1881 homestead located near the Columbia River Gorge. Our goal is to be as
self-sufficient as possible. We rotationally graze our beef cattle, and raise
most of our own food, use wood from our woodlot for heat, and maintain our own watershed, using a hydraulic rams for water delivery.”    Nita is available for private consultation. Follow Nita’s humorous and informative blog “Throwback at Trapper Creek” at http://matronofhusbandry.wordpress.com/.


For class reservations and inquiries: Farmclass@hotmail.com
For directions and accommodations: Dahe@TorWynd.com, 971.219.1344

Published by Dairy Creek Community Food Web

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