$25 – $30

Fodder & Food Foresting (for you & your livestock)

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Better Barns

9242 48th Street

Noble, OK 73068

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Cut your feed costs by 75% or more by using food foresting and permaculture techniques that work right here in Oklahoma. Find out what to grow, where to grow it and how. Learn about edible lanscaping for use in your own kitchen as well as seasonal eating for you and your livestock!

In this class you will:
Learn about edible landscape plants native to this area to make your lafe more healthy, & turn your backyard into your grocery store.
Discuss the plethora of fodder and forage options to reduce or even completely cut feed costs for your livestock.
See several examples of simple fodder set ups that are affordable and what kind of seed works best to grow in them.
Discuss creative "alternative" fodder" options for supplementation during difficult seasons as well as other creative ways to reduce or eliminate your feed and grocery bill completely.
Discuss what implementations work best for what seasons as well as regenerative agriculture, creating less farm inputs & including rotational Silvopasture in your regime.

Learn about food foresting and why you should commit to 90% edible landscaping for you and your livestock.
Talk about preservation of seed, dehydrating, extending your seasons, cover crops, dense gardening and verticle planting.
Learn how to grow in urban farms and small settings as well as large acreage to make this system work for you.

The class fee is $30 - you will recieve a FREE copy of our new E-Book valued at $9.95 Other items will be available for purchase as this class is included in a homestead open house day sponsored by Better Barns so check out their barns, vendors & come prepared: Bring a pen & paper and be ready to have a great time.

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