Pests & Pathogens
Submissions - latest 30
Current Topics in Transition Cow Nutrition and Diet
How will El Nino Impact our Crops in 2016?
Be on the Lookout for Horseweed...A.K.A Marestail
NPB Antibiotics on the Farm
NPB Responsible Antibiotic Use Booklet
IPM for Organic Dairies
Cornell NY Organic Dairy Program's resource page
Meeting Nutrient Requirements of the Calf
Getting More for Your Bull Calves
Calf Management Survey
Minimize Stress at Birth
Group Feeding Options
Managing During Low Milk Prices
Dairyland Initiative Freestall Dimensions
Alfalfa Height Monitoring
Ear to the Ground
General Information from the USDA on Organic
List of Organic Certifiers by State
Northeast Organic Farming Association
NY Ag and Markets
Feeding Inventory: Determining what you have and what your farm needs.
Pricing Standing Hay
Beef Cutting Class at Cobleskill
NNY Ear to the Ground
Potential Impacts of Minimum Wage on New York Dairy Farmers
Heat Stress 3
Cold Weather Teat Dips
Program Sponsorship for the "Whole Farm Efficiency Webinar Series"
January 9, 2024
Cornell Cooperative Extension and Cornell PRO-DAIRY are excited to offer a sponsorship opportunity for our upcoming Whole Farm Efficiency Webinar Series.
Program Sponsorship for "Hands-on Animal Care Dairy Training Program"
March 1, 2024
Cornell Cooperative Extension and Cornell PRO-DAIRY are excited to offer a sponsorship opportunity for our upcoming Hands-On Animal Care Dairy Training Program.
USDA to Provide More Than $3 Billion to Commodity and Specialty Crop ProducersWASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2023 - The U. S Department of Agriculture (USDA) will provide more than $3 billion to commodity and specialty crop producers impacted by natural disaster events in 2022. Eligible impacted producers can apply for financial assistance through the Emergency Relief Program (ERP) 2022. The program will help offset the financial impacts of crop yield and value losses from qualifying disasters occurring in 2022.
Click here for more information and application process.