This training is a first for the Grassfed Network; for the first time we are training on a specific new tool. If you are in pasture management, you NEED this FREE pasture monitoring app. This training will tell you about the app, how to get it and how to use it.
Bethany Johnston grew up in the middle of no-where. In the very corner of Rock County NE, she attended a one-room schoolhouse, 35 miles from the nearest town. Here she lived and worked on the family’s purebred Angus ranch nestled in the eastern edge of the Nebraska Sandhills.
After attending UNL with food science and meat science degrees, Bethany is currently located in the heart of the Sandhills, where she works for UNL Extension based in Thedford, NE. Bethany currently lives on her husband’s family ranch, with their 3 year old daughter.
As an extension educator, Bethany reaches beef producers and 4-Hers in 4 counties, at 3 county fairs, and juggles 2 time zones. She enjoys learning about improving Sandhills grasslands and running a quality and cost-effective cowherd. She and her UNL team developed an app (called “GrassSnap”) to help producers detect changes in their pastures.
To download GrassSnap to your phone or tablet, visit the app store that services your phone or tablet and share with us in the comment section what you think about it.