Granite State Graziers supports New Hampshire residents who raise animals on pasture and seek to implement pasture management systems that improve soil health and water quality. We act as a clearinghouse for information, conduct educational programs and events, and provide an online resource for our membership.
Registration is now open
2019 NH Grazing Conference
Could grazing be the answer?
As New Hampshire farmers face another year of low milk prices, low beef prices, and slack demand for hay, grazing is starting to look more attractive for many operations. Learn how you grazing can improve your farm’s soil health, productivity, and overall bottom line.
Join us Saturday, Feb. 16 at the McLane Audubon Center for a day focused on making the transition to managed grazing and improving management of existing grazing systems. Click here for details and to register.
Granite State Graziers works to create an environment in New Hampshire that is both welcoming to beginning farmers and homesteaders and supportive of experienced graziers. We work to make the state a place where knowledge is transferred freely among graziers. We strive to support competent, knowledgeable grass farmers who demonstrate the environmental, social, human and animal health benefits of pasture based production systems to their peers and the general public. We work to develop a system of agriculture that is both financially and environmentally sustainable.