Adam Abel, Wisconsin Grazing-Lands Specialist for the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service
Since the age of 8, Adam has been observing the benefits of rotational grazing. His family farm started grazing the dairy herd and later the beef herd when he was a child. The economic, livestock, and soil health benefits gained by rotational grazing are quantifiable and real. Throughout his career Adam has had the opportunity to assist many producers through the transition to grazing. Adam’s Digital Dialogue will discuss the environmental benefits of rotational grazing and look at management trends occurring Wisconsin and new future technologies that are being explored.