Haleakala Ranch goes Canadian…

by HI-GLCI on September 19, 2014

Photo Credit: Canadian Cattlemen

Canadian Cattlemen, a beef magazine in Canada, published the article below in their July 2014 issue. Good job, Greg Friel and Haleakala Ranch! Click below to read the article, or click here for the PDF version.

Free range, grass-fed beef, born and grazed in Hawaii
Large-scale ranch raises premium quality beef for local economy
by Duane Mccartney

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Farmer & Rancher Information Rally — Help after Iselle — August 19, 3-6pm

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Let’s Eat, Talk Story, and Be United In the aftermath of Iselle, farmers and ranchers might need info and assistance on how to recover. Join us at the W.H. Shipman office in Keaau on Tuesday, August 19, from 3-6pm. Talk story with neighbors, conservation and agricultural agencies, University of Hawaii, and others about recovery efforts […]

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(free!) Online Targeted Grazing Workshops from the Society for Range Management

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Hawaii Cattlemen’s Council Scholarship Opportunity

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Land EKG Workshop on Maui — Track the Health of Your Grazing Lands, March 14, 2014

February 23, 2014

Join us for this practical one-day workshop designed for … you! Foundational topics covered include: Understand the building blocks of land/pasture systems. Grazing purpose… learn your “why”. Let animal performance improve your grazing management. Learn to count what counts. Determine stocking rates and carrying capacities,…snap easy! Grade your grazing practices. Looking at the bottom line […]

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Google Earth Workshops Coming to Maui & Big Island — Register Now!

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Join HSGA for a Low Stress Livestock Handling Workshop! — November 8-9, 2013

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