Welcome to the New Hampshire clearinghouse for all things grazing! The Granite State Graziers exist to strengthen the viability and sustainability of New Hampshire's farms through forage and grazing based agriculture.

The Granite State Graziers (GSG) are an advisory group of New Hampshire farmers that plan educational activities about grazing and pasture management.

In addition to advocating for grass-based farming and providing a network for grass farmers, GSG also organizes the annual New Hampshire Grazing Conference and a seasonal Pasture Walk series with a focus on both fundamental grazing skills and new and innovative practices.

Join us for a summer
forage workshop

Keeping high energy feed in front of livestock is key to keeping them growing through the hot months of the summer. Join us for an afternoon of exploring the possibilites using summer annual forage and cover crops for both feed and soil health benefits.

We're especially pleased that Ray Archuleta, national soil health team leader for the NRCS, will be joining for a few words about the benefits of using summer annuals. Ray's a passionate and knowledgable speaker on the subject and not to be missed.

The workshop will he held Tuesday, July 26, from 3 to 7 p.m., at Steve Normanton Grass Fed Beef in Litchfield, NH. The workshop is free, but registration is required.

Click here to register and for more information.