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April 2020

***CANCELLED*** Minding Your Marketing Ps and Qs Starts with a Marketing Plan

April 2, 2020
1pm - 4pm
Irving, NY

***CANCELLED*** Minding Your Marketing Ps and Qs Starts with a Marketing Plan
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County will be offering a workshop for anyone interested in gaining foundational knowledge about creating a marketing plan for agricultural businesses led by Katelyn Walley-Stoll of the Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Program. 

***CANCELLED/POSTPONED*** CORE Pesticide Training & NYSDEC Exam - Bath, NY

Event Offers DEC Credits

April 2, 2020
9AM - 12PM
Bath, NY

Planning to reschedule this for later this spring. Josh Putman, Field Crops Specialist with the Southwest NY Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program will provide an overview of the basic information involved in the pesticide application certification process and will present the basics of Integrated Pest Management (IPM).

**CANCELLED/POSTPONED**2020 Agronomy Scout School

Event Offers DEC Credits

April 4, 2020
8:00am - 5:30pm
Geneseo, NY

**CANCELLED/POSTPONED**2020 Agronomy Scout School
EVENT CANCELLED/POSTPONED: Due to Cornell University and Governor's announcement that all SUNY campuses go to remote learning to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, locally. It has been decided to cancel the 2020 Agronomy Scout School that was set to be held on Saturday, April 4th. We plan to reschedule this event for a later date, pending further knowledge of the COVID-19 mitigation regulations both in the state and nationwide. Refunds will be made to everyone who paid thus far. 
Thank you for your understanding.
Sincerely, the NWNY & SWNY Field Crops Team.
g in soybeans, alfalfa, corn and small grains. 

Growing Great People: Training Skills for Dairy Farmers English Webinar

April 14, 2020
6:30pm-8pm

The four hands-on regional training workshops "Growing Great People: Training Skills for Dairy Farmers. Become an Effective On-The-Job Trainer" scheduled in April by Cornell Ag Workforce Development in partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension are being rescheduled as online webinars. 
Separate webinars will be held in English and Spanish: 
Participation is free and registration is not required. The webinars will be recorded and available after the event. In-person training conducted simultaneously in English and Spanish will be rescheduled in fall.

Effective training contribute to success of employees and the farm business. With training employees learn how to best complete their task and why it is important to the farm's success. When employees have the knowledge, skills, and attitude needed to do the job right and understand why it should be done this way it:

• saves time and avoids problems
• makes people feel important and involved, which keeps them engaged and reduces employee turnover

NY Beef Producers Region 4 Roundtable Discussion

April 14, 2020
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Join the Region 4 beef producers of Allegany and Steuben counties to discuss current issues and concerns related to production and processing. All beef producers are welcome to join. If you are interested in participating in this event, please contact Lynn Bliven at lao3@cornell.edu or (585) 268-7644 ext. 18. 

Equine Seminar Series - Equine Pasture Management

April 14, 2020
7:00pm EST

Join NWNY Team's Jodi Putman as she explores best management practices for equine pasture management. Topics include the basics of establishment, species to use, fertility, rotation, grazing patterns, and when to restore/renovate.

Disruption to Key Personnel on the Farm: Developing Contingency Plans Webinar

April 15, 2020
1pm - 2pm

On many farms, multiple people might be able to do, or train others on, many day-to-day tasks, but fewer can take care of management tasks that occur daily, weekly, or monthly. This webinar will focus on developing plans to backup people who perform key management tasks, from middle to senior management roles, if they are unable to work.

Virtual Meeting Hours for Livestock Questions

April 15, 2020
2:00pm

Ashley McFarland, Area Livestock Specialist of the Central NY Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Team will be hosting virtual meeting hours to answer any questions livestock farms may have at this time. If you are interested in participating, contact Ashley at (315) 604 - 2156 or at am2876@cornell.edu.

Growing Great People: Training Skills for Dairy Farmers Spanish Webinar

April 16, 2020
12pm-1:30pm

The four hands-on regional training workshops "Growing Great People: Training Skills for Dairy Farmers. Become an Effective On-The-Job Trainer" scheduled in April by Cornell Ag Workforce Development in partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension are being rescheduled as online webinars. 
Separate webinars will be held in English and Spanish: 
Participation is free and registration is not required. The webinars will be recorded and available after the event. In-person training conducted simultaneously in English and Spanish will be rescheduled in fall.

Effective training contribute to success of employees and the farm business. With training employees learn how to best complete their task and why it is important to the farm's success. When employees have the knowledge, skills, and attitude needed to do the job right and understand why it should be done this way it:

• saves time and avoids problems
• makes people feel important and involved, which keeps them engaged and reduces employee turnover

Navigating the CARES Act - An Analysis for Dairy from IDFA

April 16, 2020
2pm - 3pm

With President Trump's signing of the CARES Act on March 27, 2020, emergency provisions have been enacted to attempt to stabilize the United States economy and help protect employers and employees during the COVID-19 crisis. This historic two trillion dollar bill contains provisions designed to keep businesses running, but can be burdensome to employers and employees alike, to understand and navigate the new legislation.

Special Dairy Foods Industry Office Hours from Cornell's Institute for Food Safety

April 16, 2020
4pm - 5pm

Join the Dairy Foods Research Centers for a special Dairy Foods Industry Office Hours focused on how the Dairy Foods Industry is addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. This special online session will allow you to speak directly to a panel of experts from the Dairy Foods Research Centers, Dairy Management, Ecolab and Matrix Sciences International. See below for the complete list of panelists.

Virtual Dairy Discussion - Disbudding

April 21, 2020
11am-12pm

Virtual Dairy Discussion - Disbudding
Virtual Dairy Discussion
While we are unable to gather on farm, we can still gather virtually. Please join us on April 21st and/or May 5th from 11am-noon via zoom to discuss dairy management topics. This free event is for dairy producers in the Southwest NY Region.

The main speaker will be Alycia Drwencke, Dairy Management Specialist with the SWNYDLFC team. Teresa McMahon and Ginny Carlberg, FarmNet representatives will be joining us with tips on managing stress during difficult times. Lynn Bliven, CCE Allegany will serve as our moderator and Zoom coordinator. Following the main presentation of approximately 30 minutes, we will have open discussion.

On April 21st the main topic will be disbudding and May 5th will cover fitness for transport

To participate please email Lynn Bliven (LAO3@cornell.edu) to pre-register.
Lynn will send a confirmation email and logistics for the Zoom session.


Minding Your Marketing Ps, Qs (and Cs) Begins with a Marketing Plan

April 28 - May 1, 2020

On-Line Series, April 28, 29 and May 1
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County is offering a guided online workshop series for anyone interested in gaining foundational knowledge about creating a marketing plan for agricultural businesses. The series will be led by Katelyn Walley-Stoll, Business Management Specialist and Team Leader for the Southwestern New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team.



Webinar in Spanish: Milk Quality Part II- Treatment Decisions Based on Mastitis Type

April 29, 2020
12:30pm

Webinar in Spanish: Milk Quality Part II- Treatment Decisions Based on Mastitis Type
April 29, 2020 at 12:30 p.m. EST
Presenter: Dr. Paula Ospina

Join this webinar

Although mastitis results in changes in milk quality, it is not always caused by the same bugs. Treatment and management decisions should reflect these differences. This webinar will focus on the differences in treatment and management practices based on mastitis type (environmental vs. contagious).

Aunque la mastitis siempre resulta en cambios en la calidad de leche, no es siempre causada por las mismas bacterias. Decisiones de tratamiento y manejo deben de tener esto en cuenta. Este entrenamiento enfocar? en las diferencias en tratamiento y manejo basado en el tipo de mastitis (del medio ambiente vs. contagiosas).

Stress Management and Mental Health Awareness Webinar

April 29, 2020
9am - 11am

Join Kate and Brenda of NY FarmNet as they discuss managing stress and the impact it can have on mental health, building resiliency, suicide prevention, and the importance of breaking down the stigma related to these topics. 

Spring 2020 Poultry Management Series: Small Flocks for Beginners **Little Bitty Babies**

April 30, 2020
6pm-7pm

SPRING 2020 POULTRY MANAGEMENT SERIES: SMALL FLOCKS FOR BEGINNERS
A timely, research-based virtual classroom series to help small flock owners be successful

Cornell Cooperative Extension's Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Program (SWNYDLFC) is committed to continuing to provide educational opportunities to farmers in our region as they work daily to provide safe and abundant food for consumers. Poultry can be a low-cost enterprise for farms, which provides fresh eggs and meat for families and communities. SWNYDLFC is excited to announce that Amy Barkley, the team's Livestock and Beginning Farm Specialist, will be hosting a 4-part virtual classroom series focused on the management of small poultry flocks.

May 2020

Creating Consumer Friendly Bulk Meat Sales Webinar

May 4, 2020
7pm

The situation facing us today is challenging. While conventional markets for livestock have cooled as large processors slow down production or temporarily close, NY farms are faced with a unique opportunity to market meat directly to the consumer. This workshop is designed to equip the producer with clear and simple steps towards making bulk meat sales, such as quarters, halves, and mixed-cut bundles. We'll cover "how to" tips to help you get started quickly. Join Ag. Marketing Consultant, Matt LeRoux, for this online workshop that covers understanding the consumer, pricing, product formats, and reaching consumers.

Virtual Dairy Discussion - Fitness for Transport

May 5, 2020
11am-12pm

Virtual Dairy Discussion - Fitness for Transport
Virtual Dairy Discussion
While we are unable to gather on farm, we can still gather virtually. Please join us on April 21st and/or May 5th from 11am-noon via zoom to discuss dairy management topics. This free event is for dairy producers in the Southwest NY Region.

The main speaker will be Alycia Drwencke, Dairy Management Specialist with the SWNYDLFC team. Teresa McMahon and Ginny Carlberg, FarmNet representatives will be joining us with tips on managing stress during difficult times. Lynn Bliven, CCE Allegany will serve as our moderator and Zoom coordinator. Following the main presentation of approximately 30 minutes, we will have open discussion.

On April 21st the main topic will be disbudding and May 5th will cover fitness for transport

To participate please email Lynn Bliven (LAO3@cornell.edu) to pre-register.
Lynn will send a confirmation email and logistics for the Zoom session.

Spring 2020 SWNY Beef Industry Virtual Summit

May 5, 2020
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Spring 2020 SWNY Beef Industry Virtual Summit
The SWNY Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Team is partnering with CCE Steuben to host the Spring 2020 SWNY Beef Industry Virtual Summit. The meeting will be held over Zoom, with call-in option available. The meeting is planned for Tuesday, May 5th, from 6:30pm - 8:00pm. Ariel Kirk with CCE Steuben and Amy Barkley with SWNYDLFC will facilitate the meeting and will be encouraging input from producers and educator/industry personnel to fuel the discussion. Possible discussion topics include what is important to each individual as a member of the industry, market opportunities, business development, current challenges in the face of COVID-19, and future programming ideas for CCE. Pre-registration is required. Call or email Amy Barkley (amb544@cornell.edu / 716-640-0844) or Ariel Kirk (adk39@cornell.edu / 607-664-2574) to register and receive the Zoom link.

Spring 2020 Poultry Mgmt Series: Small Flocks for Beginners *Poultry Rearing, Health & Biosecurity*

May 7, 2020
6pm-7pm

SPRING 2020 POULTRY MANAGEMENT SERIES: SMALL FLOCKS FOR BEGINNERS
A timely, research-based virtual classroom series to help small flock owners be successful

Cornell Cooperative Extension's Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Program (SWNYDLFC) is committed to continuing to provide educational opportunities to farmers in our region as they work daily to provide safe and abundant food for consumers. Poultry can be a low-cost enterprise for farms, which provides fresh eggs and meat for families and communities. SWNYDLFC is excited to announce that Amy Barkley, the team's Livestock and Beginning Farm Specialist, will be hosting a 4-part virtual classroom series focused on the management of small poultry flocks.

Creating Consumer Friendly Bulk Meat Sales Webinar

May 13, 2020
7pm

The situation facing us today is challenging. While conventional markets for livestock have cooled as large processors slow down production or temporarily close, NY farms are faced with a unique opportunity to market meat directly to the consumer. This workshop is designed to equip the producer with clear and simple steps towards making bulk meat sales, such as quarters, halves, and mixed-cut bundles. We'll cover "how to" tips to help you get started quickly. Join Ag. Marketing Consultant, Matt LeRoux, for this online workshop that covers understanding the consumer, pricing, product formats, and reaching consumers.

Spring 2020 Poultry Management Series: Small Flocks for Beginners **All About Those Eggs**

May 14, 2020
6pm-7pm

SPRING 2020 POULTRY MANAGEMENT SERIES: SMALL FLOCKS FOR BEGINNERS
A timely, research-based virtual classroom series to help small flock owners be successful

Cornell Cooperative Extension's Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Program (SWNYDLFC) is committed to continuing to provide educational opportunities to farmers in our region as they work daily to provide safe and abundant food for consumers. Poultry can be a low-cost enterprise for farms, which provides fresh eggs and meat for families and communities. SWNYDLFC is excited to announce that Amy Barkley, the team's Livestock and Beginning Farm Specialist, will be hosting a 4-part virtual classroom series focused on the management of small poultry flocks.

"Suggestions to maintain good health during the reopening of NYS" - In Spanish

May 20, 2020
6:30 pm

The Cornell Farmworker Program and Finger Lakes Community Health hosts una llamada en Espanol gratuita con el Dr. Canario. El Dr. Canario hablar sobre practicas para mantenerse saludable durante la reapertura en Nueva York y responder a sus preguntas.

The Cornell Farmworker Program and Finger Lakes Community Health hosts a free call with Dr. Canario. Dr. Jose Canario, Medical Director of Finger Lakes Community Health will discuss practices to stay healthy during the reopening of NYS and respond to questions.




Spring 2020 Poultry Management Series: Small Flocks for Beginners **From Drumsticks to Wings**

May 21, 2020
6pm-7pm

SPRING 2020 POULTRY MANAGEMENT SERIES: SMALL FLOCKS FOR BEGINNERS
A timely, research-based virtual classroom series to help small flock owners be successful

Cornell Cooperative Extension's Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Program (SWNYDLFC) is committed to continuing to provide educational opportunities to farmers in our region as they work daily to provide safe and abundant food for consumers. Poultry can be a low-cost enterprise for farms, which provides fresh eggs and meat for families and communities. SWNYDLFC is excited to announce that Amy Barkley, the team's Livestock and Beginning Farm Specialist, will be hosting a 4-part virtual classroom series focused on the management of small poultry flocks.

On-Farm Dairy Processing Webinar

May 21, 2020
7pm - 8pm

On-Farm Dairy Processing Webinar
A free webinar for dairy farmers who are interested in diversifying or vertically integrating their business. An introduction of factors to keep in mind when considering dairy processing for a farm's operation. This overview will focus on business considerations and a brief summary of regulatory requirements. 

USDA CFAP Program

May 27, 2020
7pm

A short webinar on the basics of the USDA Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) that is available to producers. Folks will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive guidance from the county FSA Executive Directors.

Please register by clicking here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Please note that this registration link is through Zoom, not our site directly.  

Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar Series: Summer Annuals

May 29, 2020
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM

This webinar will discuss warm-season annuals suitable for grazing or stored forage as an alternative to traditional hay, pasture, or silage. This includes species-specific information, planting times, management, feed considerations, and associated environmental benefits. Our speaker is Caleb Goossen, Ph.D., an organic crop and conservation specialist with the Maine Organic Farming and Gardeners Association.

June 2020

Virtual Advanced Dairy Nutrition Short-course

June 1 - June 4, 2020
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT daily

Virtual Advanced Dairy Nutrition Shortcourse
June 1 to 4, 2020 | 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT daily

REGISTRATION
$250 per person
ansci.cals.cornell.edu/advanced-dairy-nutrition

In addition to the live feed, all registrants will have access to electronic course materials and recorded sessions (after the live event). Join us live during the week of June 1 to 4 or watch sessions on-demand later.

Understanding our Current Beef Market Situation & Marketing your Beef Locally with Dr. Mike Baker

June 2, 2020
7:30pm - 8:00pm

Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County and the Watershed Agricultural Council on Tuesday, June 2nd from 7:30pm - 8:30pm for an evening conversation with Cornell's Beef Specialist, Mike Baker. The meeting will talk through the current market situation and explore some of the opportunities it may present for beef producers in the state.

To receive the Zoom link, please register by calling Kim Holden at 607-865-4005 ext 241 or email kmh19@cornell.edu. There is no cost to attend. 


Managing Employees in Challenging Times Webinar

June 3, 2020
1pm - 2pm

Managing Employees in Challenging Times Webinar
Northeast Dairy Management Webinar Series will take place weekly from June 3 - July 1, 2020
June 3rd:
Managing Employees in Challenging Times
Tom Wall, The Dairy Coach TM

With economic uncertainty higher than we've ever experienced, surviving these difficult times is a higher priority for most businesses than thriving through them. But during good times or bad, the basics of business and employee management remain unchanging. It's time to get serious about what matters most. In this webinar, we will talk about how these tough times are the perfect opportunity to improve your dairy's culture and team's performance. 

Pigs! How to Get Started

June 4, 2020
5:00-7:00 pm

Pigs! How to Get Started
Join Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators to learn more about starting with pig production and to get your questions answered! Topics include: pig production basics, breed selection, production systems, herd management practices, costs of production, and basic marketing regulations and outlets. 

52nd Annual Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) Research Symposium Online

June 8 - June 12, 2020
1:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT each day

52nd Annual Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) Research Symposium Online
The 52nd Annual Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) Research Symposium is scheduled for June 8th - 12th, with each days' event running from 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM CDT (1:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT). This free event has something for everyone with topics including genetics forecasts, consumer market research, end-user perspectives, sustainability, herd management, and end product improvement. The conference will be held online over the Zoom platform. 

You can register online at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yFXnMzM_RtilHqhFceCsoQ

Webinar - "Milk: What can lactation teach us about diet and health?"

June 8, 2020
1pm

June 8, 2020:
Bruce German from the University of California-Davis will present "Milk: What can lactation teach us about diet and health?" on Monday, June 8 at noon (Central time).

German is a professor and the director of the Foods for Health Institute. The goal of his team's research is to build the knowledge necessary to improve human health through diet. They study lactation and the benefits of milk, as a nutritious food and its contributions to immunity.

Click to register.

Evolutions and Revolutions: A New Normal

June 10, 2020
1pm - 2pm

Evolutions and Revolutions: A New Normal
Northeast Dairy Management Webinar Series will take place weekly from June 3 - July 1, 2020
June 10th:
Evolutions and Revolutions: A New Normal
Phil Plourd, Blimling and Associates

Upheaval! Even before the COVID-19 crisis took hold, food producers, processors, merchants and marketers were dealing with rapidly changing consumer preferences. Now, some of those forces are accelerating while others are retreating. Phil will share insights about the trends and offer opinions on how players in the dairy supply chain can react.

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Dairy/Livestock/Crop) Farms

June 10, 2020
7:30pm-8:30pm

New York state requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process.


NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Dairy/Livestock/Crop) Farms

June 10, 2020
7:30pm-8:30pm

New York state requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process.


NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Fruit/Vegetable) Farms

June 11 - June 10, 2020
12pm-1pm

New York state requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Retail) Farms

June 11, 2020
7pm-8pm

New York state requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process.

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Greenhouse/Landscaping/Ornamental) Farms

June 15, 2020
7pm-8pm

New York state requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process.

Utilization of Lean Systems to Improve Labor Effectiveness

June 17, 2020
1pm - 2pm

Utilization of Lean Systems to Improve Labor Effectiveness
Northeast Dairy Management Webinar Series will take place weekly from June 3 - July 1, 2020
June 17th:
Utilization of Lean Systems to Improve Labor Effectiveness
Cheryl Jones, University of Kentucky


NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Equine) Farms

June 17, 2020
7pm-9pm

New York state requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process.


Producer Panel Discussion

June 24, 2020
1pm - 2pm

Producer Panel Discussion
Northeast Dairy Management Webinar Series will take place weekly from June 3 - July 1, 2020
July 1st:
Producer Panel Discussion
Moderator: Rich Stup, Cornell Ag Workforce Development

Alternative Poultry for Beginners

June 25, 2020
6:00pm - 7:30pm

Alternative Poultry for Beginners
Join Cornell Cooperative Extension's Capital Area Agriculture and Horticulture Program on June 25th, 2020 at from 6:00-7:30 PM to learn more about the basics of raising alternative poultry like Guinea hens, ducks, geese, and turkey. We will cover acquiring your animals, breeds, feeding, and basic health care. Please come with your questions! The cost of this meeting is $5 and will be held via Zoom. If you have a poor internet connection you also have the option to call in on your phone. You can register online here: https://caahp.ccext.net/civicrm/event/register?id=90&reset=1

For more information, please contact Ashley at 518-649-0267 or arp253@cornell.edu

Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar Series: Improving Pastures with No-Till Methods

June 26, 2020
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM

This webinar will discuss no-till methods to manage pastures. This includes over-seeding with annuals and strategies to improve or renovate existing pastures. Richard Kersbergen, animal and forage scientist with UMaine Extension, will be the speaker.

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Upcoming Events

2024 Aurora Farm Field Day

Event Offers DEC Credits

August 1, 2024
Aurora, NY

The annual Cornell Field Crop Research Field Day will be Thursday, August 1 at the Musgrave Research Farm, Aurora, N.Y. The program features walking and hay wagon tours in the morning and afternoon. 

2024 Broiler Field Day at Laughing Earth Farm

August 19, 2024 : 2024 Broiler Field Day at Laughing Earth Farm
Cropseyville, NY

Join us for a free field day to explore broiler production, processing, and finances. Zack and Annie Metzger will be our hosts. They have run this 200 year-old small diversified farm for 8 years. They process their poultry in a 20C kitchen, where they produce value-added products like sausage and dehydrated chicken feet.

2024 Broiler Field Day at Majestic Farm

August 20, 2024 : 2024 Broiler Field Day at Majestic Farm
Mountaindale, NY

Join us for a free field day to explore broiler production, processing, and finances. Brett and Sara Budde will be our hosts. They raise slow-growth organic broilers on their diversified farm in large flocks on woodland pasture. Their birds are processed into whole birds, parts, and chicken sausage.

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