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
Know the Dangers of Silo Gases
CCE NCRAT Fall Program Sponsorship for "Healthy, Hardy, Heifers"
June 22, 2021
August 21, 2021
The CCE North Country Regional Ag Team and CCE SCNY Team are excited to be hosting an 8-part virtual series on "Healthy, Hardy, Heifers". Running from October 1st to November 19th.
We're officially inviting you and your company to participate as a sponsor for one fee.
Calf Management On-Farm Tour
August 25, 2021
Managing Forages through Drought WebinarsPart 1: Managing Pastures in Drought may be viewed here: https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/1_19bj2cuc
Part 2: Stored Forages: Winter Feed Supply Beyond the Drought may be viewed here: https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/1_ql576klx
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly across the world.Although cities have the most sick people, the disease has reached rural communities of New York as well. Everyone needs to take this very seriously. Agriculture is an essential business, so many of us will continue to go to work. However, we all need to take precautions to stay safe and help prevent further spread of the disease. The key things to do are limit contact with other people and keep everything very clean. We've prepared a new resource to help Spanish- and English-speaking farm employees access credible, multi-lingual information that they can use right away. Here are this links to a printable resource for farms to use:
English COVID 19 Procedures
Spanish COVID 19 Procedures
To see a full list of other relevant resources, click here.