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Management of Internal Parasites in Sheep & Goats Workshop
July 16, 2016Internal parasites are the number one health problem affecting sheep and goats in the Northeast U.S. Because worms have become resistant to many of the anthelmintics (dewormers) producers use, a more integrated approach to internal parasite control is necessary.
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
This workshop is designed to help producers develop integrated parasite management (IPM) programs for their farms and flocks. It will also help familiarize you with IPM techniques. The primary instructor is Dr tatiana Stanton, Cornell Small Ruminant Extension Specialist.
Calf & Heifer Congress - 2016 "Laying the Foundation for Top Herd Performance"
December 7 - December 8, 2016An annual conference designed for anyone with interest in dairy replacements. A blend of producers, researchers and industry specialists speaking on genomics, calving intervention, immune system development, vaccination strategies, record keeping, antibiotic selection and expected results, effectiveness of antibiotics by age and health status, the upcoming Veterinary Feed Directive, Salmonella dublin, milk biofilms and cleaning, tools for managing respiratory disease, inspiring employees, what top farms look like and goals for feeding older heifers.
East Syracuse, NY
Latest Dairy Market WatchAn educational newsletter to keep producers informed of changing market factors affecting the dairy industry. How to Read Dairy Market Watch. Dairy Market Watch - June 2016
2016 Cornell Field Crop Guidelines Available in Mid-DecemberThe 2016 edition of the Cornell Integrated Field Crop Management Guidelines will be available in mid-December. For the 2016 there will be three different product options for the Cornell Guidelines. Users can obtain a print copy, online-only access or a package that combines print and online access. The print edition of the 2016 Field Crops Guide is $26 plus shipping. Online-only access is $26. A combination of print and online access costs $36.50 plus shipping costs for the printed book.
Cornell Guidelines can be obtained through your local Cornell Cooperative Extension office or from the Cornell Store at Cornell University. To order from the Cornell Store, call (800) 624-4080 or order online at: Cornell Store