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January 22, 2020


9am - 2:30pm


Belfast Fire Hall
13 Merton Ave
Belfast, NY 14711


Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops Program

To Register, Kelly Bourne
585-268-7644 ext. 10

Southern Tier Crop Congress

January 22, 2020

Southern Tier Crop Congress
On Wednesday, January 22, 2020 Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County in conjunction with the Southwestern NY Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team will be hosting the Southern Tier Crop Congress in Belfast, NY from 9 am to 2:30 pm. This meeting will feature recent updates in field crop and forage production as we look into the 2020 growing season.

Sign in will begin at 9:00 am, and light morning refreshments will be available for you as you walk around our trade show. At 9:45 am, we will begin our morning season, breaking for a complementary lunch at which time you will be able to speak with industry representatives before we start our afternoon session.

To register, download form, fill out the information, and send it to the address provided. Fee is $20.00 per person for those farms who are enrolled in CCE of Allegany County and prepay before our early registration deadline. Those not enrolled in our program who prepay before our deadline pay $25.00 per person to register. Any late or walk-in registrations will be accepted with a $30.00 per person fee.If you have any questions, feel free to contact us either by email or by phone. We hope to see you there.

Interested in exhibiting at the event? Click here for exhibitors registration form.

Questions about event, contact: Josh Putman 716-490-5572 or email jap473@cornell.edu

2.0 DEC Credits: Category 23
2.5 DEC Credits: Categories 1A, 10 and 21
4.0 CCA CEU Credits: 1.0 CM, 2 IPM, 1.0 NM

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