Submissions - latest 30
Managing Cover Crops Profitably
Ration Tips for Using Distillers Grains
Make Some Time for Employee Management
Building Soils for Better Crops: Sustainable Soil Management
Cornell Soil Health Assessment Training Manual
Measuring Expected Changes in Profit Using a Partial Budget
Grazing at Grassland Dairy
Confined Spaces - A Danger Regardless of Farm Size
Cold Weather Calf Challenges - How are You Doing?
Calf Management: Pre and Neonatal
Colostrum "Don't be born without it"
Maximizing Performance through Cow Comfort
Heat Stress - the Rest of the Story
Colostrum, more than just IgG
A Very Early Start for Winter Wheat in 2012!
Increasing Milking Frequency and Udder health
Deworming before Turnout Makes Good $ense - "Raining on the Parasite Parade"
An Innovative Approach to Cow Cooling
Increasing Milking Frequency and Implications on Mammary Cell Dynamics
7 Phrases to Ease Communication During Calvings
Hay Storage Considerations, Don't Waste it!
Colostrum: Quantity, Quality and Timeliness
Soybean Variety Yield Tests 2012 - 2010
Deferred Action Overview
Cash Flow Budgeting -- A Valuable Farm Financial Management Practice
Precision Feeding - Best for Cows, CAFO and Your Wallet
Calf Care for Variable Months
Practical ways to decrease Somatic Cell Count
Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Training
October 8, 2022
Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) is a nationwide certification program to help ensure a safe, wholesome, and quality beef product for consumers. Topics covered include herd health management, nutrition, behavior, and handling. Producers attending the training will become Level 2 certified.
Fall Update on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Outbreak
October 12, 2022
All poultry famers, hobbyists, and enthusiasts are invited to join Cornell Cooperative Extension's Livestock Program Work Team and NYS Agriculture and Markets to learn more about this disease, what we know so far about the current outbreak, and how we should prepare moving into the heart of the fall migration.
2022 Feeder School - November 10
November 10, 2022
Join the NWNY Team Dairy Specialists for a one day on-farm training for dairy farm feeders. The training is offered in English and Spanish and will feature stations with hands-on activities and demonstrations.
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