Unit 4A, 710 Centre Street SE
High River, AB  T1V 0H3

Office: 403-995-9466

© 2016 Foothills Forage & Grazing Assoc.

Upcoming Events

Ladies Livestock Lessons (LLL) is a workshop designed for women involved in or interested in the profession of managing livestock. It was developed with the goals of encouraging and educating women in the business and to facilitate the opportunity to expand their professional network.

Tropical Agricultural Research Center, Sustainable Tropical Dairy Tour, BeefFarm, Starbuck’s Coffee Tour, Beef Cattle Ranch visit in Guapiles, Pineapple &Pepper Tour, Chocolate Factory Tour, Irazu Volcano, EARTH University - BananaOperation, La Paz Waterfall Gardens, Palo Verde National Park, Palm Oil,Sugarcane, Quarter Horses and Rice, Tilapia Farm, Rice Mill, Cattle Farm and aCotton Gin Facility, El Viejo “Cultural Tasting” Experience and Boat Tour +Lunch, Catamaran Sunset Cruise.

Rural Roots Ag Days are a series of five (5) interactive, informative, networking and entertaining agricultural events for farmers and ranchers. These unique day-long workshops give local farmers a chance to access industry expertise on a number of crop and livestock production as well as farm business topics. The days are designed to be informative, interactive and create opportunities to network.

Ranching Opportunities is a conference designed for producers involved in or interested in the profession of managing livestock. It was developed with the goal of promoting environmentally and economically sustainable livestock production. We offer innovative and thought provoking sessions tailored to the current industry issues facing livestock producers.

Wheatland County and Foothills Forage & Grazing Association present renowned grazier Jim Gerrish for a full day Grazing workshop. 

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The Foothills Forage & Grazing Association is a non-profit producer driven group that addresses issues, ideas, and innovations for forage and livestock producers in south central Alberta. The board of directors is currently made up of 11 volunteer forage producers from across the FFGA region. FFGA brings producers together by finding profitable and regenerative ways to produce forages and livestock.


We work with government and industry to keep producers up-to-date with innovations in the industry which FFGA then applies at the grassroots level in cooperation with producers. FFGA strives to bring practical information and production strategies to producers by hosting demonstration projects, events and workshops, hands on days as well as networking with like-minded producers and sharing information through our monthly newsletter and social media.

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