Value Added Dairy - An Introduction to On-Farm Processing




Event Details

Date

August 3, 2023

Time

7pm

Host

Cornell CALS Dairy Foods and CCE Specialists

Katelyn Walley-Stoll
716-640-0522



Join Cornell University CALS Dairy Foods and Cornell Cooperative Extension Specialists for this FREE webinar to learn more about how on-farm dairy processing might fit into your business. This webinar is an introduction for anyone looking to learn more about value-added dairy and will be recorded/distributed to everyone who registers. We will also discuss future learning opportunities associated with recent grant funding from NE-DBIC, including an on-farm tour, discussion groups, and resource development. For any questions or concerns, please contact Katelyn Walley-Stoll (716-640-0522) or Margaret Quasssdorff (585-405-2567). 

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