Let's face it, fencing is expensive. Many farms and ranches turn to electric fencing as an affordable complement to other fencing options, to do things like manage rotational grazing, or subdivide pastures and paddocks. Learn all you need to know to set up and troubleshoot electric fencing on your property from the experts at Gallagher Fence!
When: November 27th at 5:30 PM
Where: OSU Extension in Redmond
How much: Contribute-what-you-want
After this workshop, you'll be able to explain how electric fencing works and the basics of an effective setup.
Become able to plan for your needs and shop with confidence. This workshop will take the mystery out of this technology.
Be able to diagnose and correct problems in existing implementations, reducing maintenance time and costs, and ensuring your electric fence operates at peak efficiency.
Randy has been a Gallagher Territory Manager for 26 years. Randy graduated from California State University Fresno with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science-Production, Randy worked for a custom feed yard out of college and moved into dairy feed manufacture before joining Gallagher.
Randy has been married for 27 years and has 2 sons. He lives in Orland, CA, and has a small herd of commercial cows. Having owned his own livestock allows him to utilize the products he sells. He is a trusted and respected adviser to ranchers and farmers large and small.
Since 1938, Gallagher has been helping farmers to harness the power to farm by delivering world-leading animal management solutions, that enable customers to operate responsibly, productively, and profitably. Gallagher is a market leader in electric fencing, weighing and electronic identification (EID), data collection, and wireless water monitoring systems.
Contribute what you want to attend. School of Ranch is a nonprofit. Our workshops cost around $700 produce.
This one is at OSU Extension in Redmond. Details in email post registration.
Just something to take notes with and a contribution to our potluck supper if you feel so inclined!
Yes, minors can attend accompanied by an adult.
School of Ranch is a Central Oregon based 501c3 nonprofit. We hire skilled community members to teach practical and artisan skills, live and in person. Our mission is to educate, strengthen our community by connecting newcomers and locals, and to support local entrepreneurs and businesses.