About Program

About ProgramThe Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program with Cornell Cooperative Extension offers educational programming and research based information to agricultural producers, growers, and agribusinesses in the five county region of Southwestern New York. 

Our specialists work with Cornell Faculty and Extension Educators statewide to address the issues that impact the agricultural industry and provide services to farms of all sizes and production techniques. The educational programming and support that we offer ranges from workshops to on-farm events, and includes one-on-one consultations. Our program is designed to meet the rapidly changing needs of our region's diverse agricultural community. 

For more information, contact any of our specialists or your local Cooperative Extension office. 




The Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops Program is supported,
in part, by  county Cornell Cooperative Extensions including:
Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie
and Steuben Counties.

To visit one of these Cornell Cooperative Extension's web sites,
simply click on a county within the map.

Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program
 County Map Chautauqua County CCE Cattaraugus County CCE Allegany County CCE Steuben County CCE Erie County CCE

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Field Crops

Field Crops

Dairy

Dairy

Business

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Livestock

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Upcoming Events

Economic Feasibility Case Study of Co-Digestion of Manure and Food Waste on a Northern New York Dairy Farm

December 1, 2022

Are you interested in exploring whether a manure and food waste co-digestion enterprise might be feasible at your dairy? This webinar will present the economic feasibility of two scenarios of anaerobic co-digestion on a case dairy farm located in Northern New York.

Announcements

Heavy Snow Load Removal For Your Barns

Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY Dairy Environmental Systems offers guidance for heavy snow removal in two resources: Heavy Snow Loads and Do's and Don'ts for Barn Snow Removal.