Experienced dairy graziers and farmers certified as master graziers in Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship are invited to take part in this roundtable discussion facilitated by Altfrid Krussenbaum, a retired Wisconsin dairy farmer, grazing consultant, and national education coordinator for the Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship. Conversation will include different strategies dairy farmers and graziers in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are using to survive and compete in a challenging economic climate, as well as the role of the experienced farmer as mentor for a new generation of dairy graziers.
Attendees to this event must have at least five years management experience on a grass-based dairy operation. Interested graziers with less experience are encouraged to contact PASA event coordinator Aaron de Long regarding participation in this event at email@example.com or (814) 349-9856 x709.
Lunch is included with registration.
Altfrid Krusenbaum and his wife Sue developed and operated Krusen Grass Farms, LLC, a 450-acre certified organic dairy and beef operation from 1990 until 2015. They milked 140 cows, raised 80 heifers and 40 steers a year for direct marketing certified organic grass-fed and grass-finished beef.
Since 2015 and his retirement from dairy farming, Altfrid Krusenbaum has worked for Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship, currently in the role of On Farm Education Director. Altfrid also has his own consulting business, Krusen Grass Consulting. In that capacity he serves Yggdrasil Land Foundation as a Land Manager for their Wisconsin properties. He also consults various organic dairy and beef producers in the Midwest.
Take a look at our frequently asked questions about our workshops and events. Otherwise, please contact this event’s coordinator, Aaron de Long, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (814) 349-9856 x709.
Date: Thu, January 24, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Shady Maple Smorgasbord
129 Toddy Dr
East Earl, PA 17519
Event Category: PASA Events