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Jul 20

Goat-Targeted Grazing to Control Eastern Eastern Redcedar Field Day

Wednesday, July 20

Goat browsing on cedar trees.

SDSU Extension will host a Goat-Targeted Grazing to Control Eastern Redcedar Field Day on July 20 from 10 a.m. to noon CDT at the Fort Randall Dam near Pickstown, South Dakota.

Attendees will have an opportunity to:

  • Watch goats in action browsing on cedars.
  • Talk with SDSU Extension personnel about cedar management.
  • Learn how cedars respond to goat browsing.

Location

To find the field day site, travel all the way across to the west end of the Randall Dam. Take a left onto Toe Road W., then take the first right onto Ft. Randall Road and straight onto County Road 56. In about 3/4 of a mile, turn left into the mowed parking area.

For more information, please contact SDSU Extension personnel:

  • Kelly Froehlich, Assistant Professor and SDSU Extension Small Ruminant Production Specialist
  • Sean Kelly, SDSU Extension Range Management Field Specialist
  • Sandy Smart, SDSU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Senior Program Leader
  • Alanna Hartsfield, SDSU Graduate Research Assistant