Katelyn Miller

Katelyn Miller

Field Crops and Forage Specialist

CCE Chautauqua County @ JCC
525 Falconer Street
PO Box 20
Jamestown, NY 14702-0020

cell 716-640-2047


Katelyn MillerKatelyn Miller grew up on a small dairy farm in Chautauqua County, and graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Entrepreneurship at Alfred State College. During her schooling, she completed an internship at Western New York Crop Management Association as a summer crop scout, focusing on corn, soybeans and alfalfa production. She scouted for crop population, disease and pest presence along with weed identification. Katelyn resides in Cherry Creek, NY on her family's dairy farm where, in her free time, she assists with milking, calf and heifer management along with helping build the farm for the future generation through the addition of robots. Katelyn is excited to connect with our local farms to provide research based support and services. 

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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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