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DYS: Conservation Grazing

Saturday 4th October 2014,
10.00am - 1.00pm

Venue: Chimney Meadows

Louise King, Chimney Meadows Estate Manager, leads this workshop which gives an introduction to why we have grazing animals. Come and find out the important role of livestock in our conservation management. Followed by a short walk to meet the livestock. Booking essential. No dogs please.

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