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HER presenting with Neal Kinsey in Hamilton, New Zealand Hosted by Kiwi Fertilizer
June 24 - June 26
What a great event this one’s gonna be. If you’re near or far and need a skip across the pond to learn about soils, plants and animals, Kiwi Fertilizer is a very good host and brings together great teachers. The teachers are in the seats as much as they are on the stand. This is an opportunity for a truly enriching experience.
I recall my last trip there where I met wonderful producers with the highest integrity for nutrient dense food production. I also met more female farm owners than I ever had. There was also that one time, driving past a vineyard where there were what looked to be lambs grazing in the vineyard, but they were full grown sheep, pigmy sheep, that had been bred to stay small for the very purpose of grazing the rows between the vines. What’s good with a glass of wine? Grass fed sheep.
Neal Kinsey Ca, Mg, K & Na balancing the major cations and the relevance of pH to soil health.
Neal Kinsey Phosphate, focusing on the Myth of the Olsen P test compared to Bray II that the Perry Lab uses to determine P Levels.
Tim Williams (Australia) Fully feeding ruminant animals on the Albrecht Kinsey soils program for supreme health, re-production and quality. 9.00 a.m. > 2 .00 pm.
Molly Haviland (US) Understanding the Soil Food web 2.00 p.m. > 4.30 p.m.
Panel Discussion Q & A 4.30 p.m. > 5.30 p.m. Neal Kinsey, Tim Williams and Molly Haviland.
Gavin Clements: Selecting pasture species for diverse pastures that work well with the Albrecht / Kinsey soils program. 8.00 a.m. > 9.00 a.m.
Steve McKenzie: Marlborough Wine grape, Lucerne and beef farmer with over twenty years history on the Albrecht / Kinsey program. 9.00 a.m. > 10.00 a.m.
David Law: The effect of Soil pH on effluent crusting in ponds and the effects of balancing Ca – Mg – K – Na Cations to improve animal health issues. 10.30 a.m. > 11.30 p.m.
Jeremy Casey: Back Track Dairies, Methven Trial; Whakapono Albrecht Kinsey program – Waiora Lincoln University Best Practice NPK program. 11.30 a.m. > 12.30 p.m.
Evan Smeath: Dairy farming in Northland, Jersey cow breeder, The benefits of investing in and growing great crops, the effects of farming with flooding and droughts. 1.30 p.m. > 2.30 p.m.
Leanna Birch: Regenerate NZ. Comprehensive Farm Environmental Planning 2.30 p.m. > 3.30 p.m
Panel Discussions Q & A with all speakers 4.00 p.m. > 5.30 p.m.
For more info or to book, contact Ron Mc Lean on 0800 549 433
Registration Individual $750.00 + GST Couples $1400.00 + GST, Single Day $300.00 + GST