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August 2020

Protecting the Flock from Highly Contagious Diseases

August 4, 2020
8:00 pm EDT

The most highly contagious disease of livestock is foot and mouth disease (FMD) and it remains a threat in almost 100 countries in the world. Sheep are referred to as the "silent shedders" among livestock species susceptible to this devastating animal disease. Preparedness and response planning for FMD has taken center stage in recent years. Learn about this disease, how the U.S. plans to respond should it be diagnosed in North America, and the Secure Sheep and Wool Supply Plan for Continuity of Business resources available to protect the flock.  

Swine Breeding Stock Care - Housing

August 6, 2020
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Swine Breeding Stock Care - Housing
For pigs, housing is a must for successful production. In this free webinar, we will discuss housing options for sows and boars, and how to design those systems to improve flow and handling of large breeding stock in your system.

60 Days From Your Fall Feeding Plan - Webinar

August 11, 2020
7:00pm - 8:00pm

60 Days From Your Fall Feeding Plan - Webinar
Are you ready to feed grass this fall? This webinar, led by Troy Bishopp, will discuss the realities of stockpiling perennial pastures for the 2020 fall and winter grazing seasons. 

Pasture-Finished Beef Production Online Workshops

August 11 - August 13, 2020
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Pasture-Finished Beef Production Online Workshops
Dr. Greg Halich from the University of Kentucky and Ed Rayburn from West Virginia University will present three workshops on grass finishing beef cattle. They will discuss how to get adequate growth to reach an ideal finished state as well as common market issues. The final workshop will consist of a producer panel to offer first-hand insights into grass based beef production. You can register for this free event here: https://vaforages.org/event/pasture-finished-beef/

Swine Breeding Stock Care - Nutrition

August 13, 2020
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Swine Breeding Stock Care - Nutrition
For the breeding herd, nutrition is all about longevity. In this webinar, we will review basic dietary recommendations for boars and sows, and how to make the most of feedstuffs available to you.


NEDPA Webinar: Important Updates to New York Farm Labor Laws in 2020

August 17, 2020
11:30am

New York farm labor laws changed dramatically in 2019, and the laws were further revised by state government in 2020. This webinar will update farm employers about important changes affecting farm laborers, family members, managers, overtime, day of rest, and union participation. Presenters are Dr. Richard Stup of Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development and Attorney Charles Palmer of the Michael Best law firm.

Virtual Cornell Hemp Research Team Field Day

August 20, 2020
9am-Noon

Since we are not able to hold an in-person field day this year due to COVID-19 safety restrictions, we are presenting an update on Cornell research and extension information virtually on Thursday, August 20th at 9:00AM on Zoom.

Hemp growers, processors, and crop management advisors are encouraged to attend. We hope you can join us.

The event will be split into three sessions:
1. Hemp Genetics and Breeding
2. Crop Management
3. Supply Chain and Regulatory Updates

Click Here for Full Agenda

Pre-Registration is Required
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Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar Series: Harvesting Winter Cover Crops

August 28, 2020
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

This webinar will discuss how you can harvest your overwintering cover crops as forage by grazing in the fall and grazing or harvesting in the spring. This includes fall planting dates, species-specific information, and other management considerations. Sam Corcoran, agronomy researcher of UMass Extension, will be the speaker.

Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar Series: Harvesting Winter Cover Crops

August 28, 2020
12:15pm - 1:00pm

Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar Series: Harvesting Winter Cover Crops
This free webinar will discuss how you can harvest your overwintering cover crops as forage by grazing in the fall and grazing or harvesting in the spring. This includes fall planting dates, species-specific information, and other management considerations. The speaker for this webinar is Sam Corcoran, agronomy researcher, of UMass Extension.

September 2020

2020 Fall Pasture Management Series

September 3 - September 17, 2020
Thursday September 3rd, 10th, and 17th at 7-8pm

2020 Fall Pasture Management Series
Join Livestock and Field Crops Specialists, Amy Barkley and Josh Putman, for a webinar series focused on fall pasture management. Topics to be discussed will include soil testing for pastures, soil report interpretation, adjusting pasture fertility, and late-season weed identification and management. Virtual meetings will be held on Thursdays from 7-8pm on September 3rd, 10th, and 17th. A call-in option, printed notes, and lecture recordings on CDs will be available upon request. There is a $25 registration fee for access to all three classes. To register, visit our website at https://swnydlfc.cce.cornell.edu/events.php or contact Kelly Bourne at klb288@cornell.edu or (585) 268-7644 ext. 10.

Sheep and Goat Pasture and Grazing Management

September 8, 2020
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Sheep and Goat Pasture and Grazing Management
The Pasture and Grazing Management webinars will focus on pasture and grazing management practices for sheep and goat producers. The webinars will help you address soil fertility, select pasture forage species, develop good grazing and pasture management skills, and keep your animals healthy throughout the grazing season. Register here for this free webinar: https://extension.psu.edu/pasture-and-grazing-management


BQA Recertification Webinar: Examining The Effectiveness of your Vaccination Protocol Presented

September 16, 2020
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

BQA Recertification Webinar: Examining The Effectiveness of your Vaccination Protocol Presented
BQA Recertification is required every 3 years. The NY Beef Council is offering three upcoming continuing education virtual classes which meet the requirements for re-certification. Topics include: Examining the Effectiveness of your Vaccination Protocol, Pre-Weaning Calf Care, and Direct Marketing Beef: Pre & Post Harvest Considerations. You can register for these free lectures at nybeef.org/bqa-webinars.

Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar: Integrating Alternative Forage into Your Feed Plan with K

September 18, 2020
12:15pm - 1:00pm

Grazing & Forage Season Extension Webinar: Integrating Alternative Forage into Your Feed Plan with K
Learning how to grow and graze with alternative forage methods is just one piece of the forage puzzle. How these forage production methods affect animal performance and product quality is arguably even more important. Dr. Kathy Soder, an animal scientist with USDA-ARS, will discuss how to integrate these forages into your ration plan during this free webinar. She will discuss what changes you can expect compared to feeding traditional hay or pasture, possible pitfalls, and ways to succeed. 

On Farm Poultry Processing Workshop

September 22, 2020
6:30pm - 8:00pm

On Farm Poultry Processing Workshop
CCE Agriculture Program welcomes you to join us for a zoom presentation on Tuesday evenings, September 22nd and 29th from 6:30-8:00 PM. This training addresses the needs for small-scale poultry producers wanting to process under the NYS 1000 bird exemption. 

CORE Pesticide Training

Event Offers DEC Credits

September 22, 2020
9AM - 10:50AM

CORE Pesticide Training
Looking for DEC credits? Join CCE Field Crops Specialist, Josh Putman, for another opportunity to learn about current regulations, pest management and pesticide use. Special thanks to BAYER for sponsoring these trainings.

BQA Recertification Webinar: Pre-Weaning Calf Care

September 23, 2020
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

BQA Recertification Webinar: Pre-Weaning Calf Care
BQA Recertification is required every 3 years. The NY Beef Council is offering three upcoming continuing education virtual classes which meet the requirements for re-certification. Topics include: Examining the Effectiveness of your Vaccination Protocol, Pre-Weaning Calf Care, and Direct Marketing Beef: Pre & Post Harvest Considerations. You can register for these free lectures at nybeef.org/bqa-webinars.

Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Assessing your sugarbush and maintaining forest health

September 23, 2020
7pm - 8pm

Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Assessing your sugarbush and maintaining forest health
This workshop will focus on forest management skills for assessing the productive potential of your sugarbush. It will also discuss strategies for maintaining forest health and sap production.

CORE Pesticide Training

Event Offers DEC Credits

September 24, 2020
6PM - 7:50PM

CORE Pesticide Training
Looking for DEC credits? Join CCE Field Crops Specialist, Josh Putman, for another opportunity to learn about current regulations, pest management and pesticide use.

On Farm Poultry Processing Workshop

September 29, 2020
6:30pm - 8:00pm

On Farm Poultry Processing Workshop
CCE Agriculture Program welcomes you to join us for a zoom presentation on Tuesday evenings, September 22nd and 29th from 6:30-8:00 PM. This training addresses the needs for small-scale poultry producers wanting to process under the NYS 1000 bird exemption. 

Determining Whether or Not Your Animal is Ready to Harvest

September 29, 2020
6pm - 8pm

Determining Whether or Not Your Animal is Ready to Harvest
As we quickly approach the fall season most of our livestock producers are eager to harvest their animals that they have been raising for the past 6 months to a year. This year there has been more of a bottle neck then previously due to the pandemic and concern of a meat shortage. There have been quite a few questions regarding how to determine if this project that was started is truly finished or needs more time on feed to get the most out of your animal. Please join us for an in depth workshop on determining if your animal is ready to be harvested or if you should keep on feed a few months longer. We will also discuss the target weight for each of the species- Lamb, goats, beef and swine. 

Proper Chainsaw Sharpening Techniques

September 29, 2020
7pm - 8pm

Proper Chainsaw Sharpening Techniques
Using a properly sharpened chainsaw is not only much more efficient, but also much safer to use than a dull one. The Proper Chainsaw Sharpening Techniques webinar will explain the sharpening process.

Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Maple confections and new product opportunities

September 30, 2020
7pm - 8pm

Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Maple confections and new product opportunities
This workshop will focus on practices for making consistent, high-quality maple confections and also highlight new maple product opportunities.


October 2020

2020 KSU Beef Stocker Virtual Field Day

October 1, 2020
10:30 AM - 2:30 PM EDT

2020 KSU Beef Stocker Virtual Field Day
Making alternative ration ingredient changes work, beef cattle market outlook and nutrition, management, and economic aspects of limit feeding are among topics planned for the 2020 Kansas State University Beef Stocker Virtual Field Day on Thursday, Oct. 1. The conference will be hosted on the Zoom webinar platform.

Northeast SARE Presents a Webinar on Applying for Farmer Grants

October 6, 2020
12pm - 1pm

Northeast SARE Presents a Webinar on Applying for Farmer Grants
Northeast SARE is offering a free webinar on how to apply for a Farmer Grant. It is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020 from noon to 1 p.m. Grant coordinator Candice Huber will provide an overview of the program and answer questions about Farmer Grant projects. She will be joined by NH farmer Jennifer Wilhelm (see project highlight below) who will share her experiences of applying for, receiving, and conducting Farmer Grant projects. Anyone requiring a disability-related accommodation to participate should contact the Northeast SARE office at northeastsare@uvm.edu or 802-651-8335 before Sept. 29, 2020.  

Wool Connect Conference

October 6 - October 8, 2020
2pm - 4pm EST

Wool Connect Conference
The Schneider Group - an international topmaker and buyer of American wool overseas - is planning a virtual meeting concerning sustainability and would like to see wool producers from all around the world take part on Oct. 6-8. The three-day event will consist of two-hour sessions each day filled with speakers from retail, the wool supply chain as well as other organizations and service suppliers to the wool industry. 

To Market, To Market

October 6, 2020
9am-Noon

This exciting six-week class will help you develop a product or service from start to finish! Local CCE Educators Mariane Kiraly, David Cox, Nicole Tommell, Laura Biasillo and Jim Barber have partnered to offer "To Market, To Market," a six-part series to be held virtually and in-person at four regional locations to make your learning experience comfortable, safe, and flexible.

Participants will learn how to develop and screen an idea, analyze current trends, develop a budget, consider cash flow, determine pricing, manage marketing and distribution, access funding, test a prototype, consider legalities, manage risk, navigate regulations, and much more. A logical, process-oriented curriculum will lead to dynamic business plans that create new economic opportunities in the region.

Design Your Succession Plan - Session 1

October 8, 2020
6:30pm - 8pm

Design Your Succession Plan - Session 1
"Empowering families to get started on their succession plan."
Online Zoom Series Coming to NYS!

Wool Classification Workshop

October 13, 2020
6pm - 8pm

This virtual event we will discuss the different types of fleeces there are and how they would be classified. Sheep producer's looking to sell their fiber this would be a great event to attend to learn what your sheep are producing and how to potentially market this undervalued product. 

Women Rooted in Agriculture: Virtual Farm Experience

October 14, 2020
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Women Rooted in Agriculture: Virtual Farm Experience
Join us for a virtual tour and conversation with a fellow Farm-Her Megan Burley during the Women Rooted in Agriculture: Virtual Farm Experience webinar. Megan and her husband Ryan have a grass-fed dairy operation in Western New York. Ryan is a second-generation dairy farmer who manages his family's 700 cow dairy. Megan is a full-time Ag Teacher who not only helps Ryan with all the miscellaneous items at the dairy but also runs a Berry/Fresh-Cut Flower business and is raising two young children.

BQA Recertification Webinar: Direct Marketing Beef: Pre & Post Harvest Considerations

October 14, 2020
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

BQA Recertification is required every 3 years. The NY Beef Council is offering three upcoming continuing education virtual classes which meet the requirements for re-certification. Topics include: Examining the Effectiveness of your Vaccination Protocol, Pre-Weaning Calf Care, and Direct Marketing Beef: Pre & Post Harvest Considerations. You can register for these free lectures at nybeef.org/bqa-webinars.

Measuring Pasture Dry Matter - Different Methods

October 14, 2020
7pm - 8pm

Measuring Pasture Dry Matter - Different Methods
Join CCE of Delaware County for a meeting on methods of measuring pasture dry matter. Topics include: 1.) Results of 2020 On farm research using a Rising Plate Meter and Pasture Stick on Delaware County farms. 2.) Mini Pasture Walk - Larry Hepner will provide a 'Virtual Walk' of their sheep, goat, and fiber farm. 3.) Open Discussion (A chance for all participants to share their thoughts and ask questions of each other)


Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Setting up a maple tubing system

October 14, 2020
7pm - 8pm

Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Setting up a maple tubing system
This workshop will go over the basics of installing a maple tubing system including planning and installation methods.

"It's Always the Nutritionist's Fault!" Free Dairy Webinar

October 15, 2020
12:30pm EST; and 7pm EST

"It's Always the Nutritionist's Fault!"
Understanding Diets and Improving Communication on Your Dairy

Cornell Cooperative Extension Northwest NY, North Country Region, and South Central NY Teams Present: A
FREE Webinar for Farmers and Dairy Nutritionists to Improve Communication

Join us for a live webinar Thursday, October 15, 2020; presented twice at 12:30 pm EST, and again at 7:00 pm EST.

Small Processor Opportunities in the Pandemic Era".

October 15, 2020
2-3pm EDT

Small Processor Opportunities in the Pandemic Era
The Coronavirus pandemic has created many challenges for small processors, but it has created many opportunities as well. Topics to be discussed include: 1.) Alternative meat sales channels that exist, and how companies in those channels have adapted to increased demand
2.) Expanding a producer customer base, as the shutdowns and reduced operations of the big packing plants have forced farmers to find alternate means to profit from their animals
3.) Finding a new consumer base, as companies that sold to the foodservice industry have to find new customers to replace the restaurants that have shut down or reduced their demand.

Small Processor Opportunities in the Pandemic Era

October 15, 2020
2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Small Processor Opportunities in the Pandemic Era
The Coronavirus pandemic has created many challenges for small processors, but it has created many opportunities as well. As consumers see empty meat cases at grocery stores and hear reports about COVID-19 outbreaks in large meat plants, they may turn to other sources for their protein purchases. Topics to be discussed include: 1.) Alternative meat sales channels that exist, and how companies in those channels have adapted to increased demand. 2.) Expanding a producer customer base, as the shutdowns and reduced operations of the big packing plants have forced farmers to find alternate means to profit from their animals. 3.) Finding a new consumer base, as companies that sold to the foodservice industry have to find new customers to replace the restaurants that have shut down or reduced their demand.

On Farm Safety: Best Practices to Reduce on Farm Labor Injuries

October 15, 2020
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

On Farm Safety: Best Practices to Reduce on Farm Labor Injuries
Farming is one of the most dangerous occupations in America, and farmers are nearly twice as likely to die on the job as police officers. In order to stay safe while farming, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County (CCEUC) will host an online workshop with New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health (NYCAMH), and Ashley Pierce (Owner and Operator of Home at Last Farm) as a guest speakers on October 15th , 2020 on the topic of mitigating the most common on farm injuries.

Design Your Succession Plan - Session 2

October 15, 2020
6:30pm - 8pm

"Empowering families to get started on their succession plan."
Online Zoom Series Coming to NYS!

NY State Sheep and Wool Festival

October 15 - October 18, 2020
9am

NY State Sheep and Wool Festival
The 2020 NYS Sheep & Wool Virtual Festival is Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, and will feature many of your favorite Rhinebeck activities - all from the comfort of your own home. All workshops will be held live. For more information, visit: https://www.virtual.sheepandwool.com/40yearsofrhinebeck/welcomehome

CALF AND HEIFER MANAGEMENT ONLINE COURSE

October 16, 2020

The Calf and Heifer Management Online Course will cover basic calf and heifer management principles led by staff from Cornell University and industry researchers. It is designed for dairy business on-farm personnel (owner or employee) seeking to increase their knowledge of calf and heifer management. Participants should possess a formal or informal background in dairy cattle management, but not necessarily in calf and heifer management. 

Cornell Nutrition Conference

October 19 - October 22, 2020
10:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT Daily

Cornell Nutrition Conference
82nd Annual Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers - Now Virtual!
October 19 - 22, 2020
10:00AM - 2:00PM EDT Daily via Zoom

For 82 years, the Cornell Nutrition Conference has provided industry leading research and information across the spectrum of animal nutrition to feed industry professionals and nutritional consultants.

Registration:
Full Event - $100
Elanco Pre-Conference Symposium only - $50

In addition to the daily live feed, all registrants will receive access to electronic proceedings and a mobile event app with exclusive content and networking opportunities. Join us live each day or watch sessions on-demand later.

Virtual: Swine Production 101

October 20, 2020
6pm - 8pm

Virtual: Swine Production 101
The swine production 101 workshop will be held virtual. We will discuss the basics of raising swine and go over the proper nutrition and animal husbandry that is required to achieve your greatest potential for your herd. This is a beginner's course.

Solar Leasing: Ten Things You Should Know Before Leasing Land for Solar Development

October 20, 2020
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Solar Leasing: Ten Things You Should Know Before Leasing Land for Solar Development
Landowners facing a decision on whether or not to lease or sell their property should have a good idea of what they are giving up and what they are gaining before they sign a lease or sale option. The Solar Leasing: Ten Things You Should Know Before Leasing Your Land for Solar Development webinar will be a conversation about solar leases and what landowners should understand before leasing.

H-2B: Navigating the Maze - Seasonal Business Labor and Immigration Webinar Series

October 20, 2020
9am-10:30am

H-2B: Navigating the Maze
Tuesday, October 20 | 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.
• H-2B 101: The 2021 Process
• H-2B DOL and USCIS Compliance Requirements
• How to Prepare for an H-2B Government Audit
Register Here
Seasonal Business Labor and Immigration Webinar Series put on by Harris Beach PLLC

Herbicide Resistant Weed Control Virtual Field Day

October 21, 2020
11am-1pm

Herbicide Resistant Weed Control Virtual Field Day
Join us on October 21 for a virtual demonstration and walking tour of 16 different pre- and post-emergence treatments in soybean and 10 different treatments and combinations in corn.

  • Tall waterhemp and marestail are two weeds that are resistant to glyphosate and ALS herbicide modes of action in the WNY and Finger Lakes regions.
  • Each year the number of acres with resistant weed populations expands.
  • For herbicides to be an effective tool in weed management, we have to know what chemistries & application timings are most effective against these resistant weeds.

Webinar links will be shared the day prior to the event by the email you register with.

Requirements to attend a Zoom webinar:

  • Device with internet access (desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile)
  • Before joining a zoom meeting on a computer or mobile device, you can download zoom for free by going to the Zoom website and clicking on Sign Up, It's Free button. 

Design Your Succession Plan - Session 3

October 22, 2020
6:30pm - 8pm

"Empowering families to get started on their succession plan."
Online Zoom Series Coming to NYS!

Beef Quality Assurance Training Hosted by CCE Chautauqua

October 24, 2020
10am - 3pm
Ellington, NY

Beef Quality Assurance Training Hosted by CCE Chautauqua
An in-person Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) training will be hosted by Chautauqua County and Butternut Brook Livestock on Saturday, October 24th from 10:00am - 3:00pm. This training will consist of a lecture followed by a chute-side demonstration. Butternut Brook Livestock looks forward to hosting fellow beef producers for this Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Training and will share how they manage their beef herd. The cost to attend the training will be $15 per adult or $8 per youth. Lunch will be provided. Pre-registration is required by October 17th by contacting Lisa Kempisty, Extension Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County at ljk4@cornell.edu, or 716-664-9502 Ext 203. Space is limited. Make your reservation today! 

2020 Fall Beef Meeting

October 26, 2020
7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m

2020 Fall Beef Meeting
2020 has been a challenging year for beef farmers with many new external challenges facing you. Although important, there is little you can do about challenges such as COVID-19 market disruptions or a shortage of processing capacity. This meeting will look at two important management opportunities that every farmer can impact on their own farms to increase their farms profitability: reproduction and determining market readiness.

Virtual: Sheep & Goat Production 101

October 27, 2020
6pm - 8pm

Virtual: Sheep & Goat Production 101
Sheep and goat farms are becoming more common over the past few years. There has been quite a few questions being asked across the board when it comes to these two small ruminants. This virtual workshop will go over the basics of raising sheep and goats. This course is open to all areas of expertise but please know we will cover the majority of beginner topics. 

Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Strategies for regenerating a healthy sugarbush

October 28, 2020
7pm - 8pm

Virtual Fall Maple Workshop Series - Strategies for regenerating a healthy sugarbush
This workshop will discuss strategies for growing the next generation's sugarbush with a focus on newly developed methods to exclude deer from timber harvests.

Fall Round Up for Livestock Producers, 2020

October 29, 2020
12:30pm - 1:30pm

Fall Round Up for Livestock Producers, 2020
Please join Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators Ashley Pierce, Aaron Gabriel, and Dayton Maxwell, who are hosting Fall Round Up for Livestock Producers, 2020. This dynamic and slightly humorous group will be discussing strategies for overwintering pastures in combination with management guidelines for helping livestock enter the winter season with adequate body condition. Farm visioning, mission development, and farm goal setting will conclude the one-hour program.

Design Your Succession Plan - Session 4

October 29, 2020
6:30pm - 8pm

"Empowering families to get started on their succession plan."
Online Zoom Series Coming to NYS!

Farmer's Markets - Identifying and Overcoming Consumer Obstacles

October 30, 2020
10am-11am

The toolkit identified obstacles to customers and proposed some potential solutions. This session will highlight both an urban and rural farmers market and initiatives that they implemented. We'll learn how they designed programs and services to meet the needs of their customers to encourage continued shopping.

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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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