Sponsorship

From time to time, the Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops Team looks for financial support from agri-businesses to supplement our commitment to bring affordable, research-based knowledge to producers in New York State. Sponsorship opportunities exist to support some of our educational workshops and support our newsletter. Each sponsorship opportunity listed below provides information on sponsorship costs, target audience, estimated audience size, and company recognition.

Event Sponsorship Opportunities



Potential Events

Currently we do not have any potential events for sponsorship.



Newsletter Sponsorship Opportunities

We are pleased to offer the ability for businesses that serve our region to advertise with the Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Program!

Our two forms of publications feature research-based and timely information from our four specialists, listed to the right, along with local event notifications and Cornell University outreach. This information is provided to participants who range from dairy, livestock, and field crops producers to agricultural suppliers and consultants.

Our Weekly Email Update is shared with 430+ households who have signed up with our program. To reach our stakeholders and farmers who lack internet access, we send out a Monthly Paper Mailer where your company's logo and contact information would be featured with a mailing list of 235 households.

Sponsorship opportunities range from $100 - $400. If you are interested please contact Kelly Bourne by email or phone. klb288@cornell.edu | 585-268-7644 ext. 10


Sponsorship Packet (PDF; 678KB)


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Upcoming Events

Economic Feasibility Case Study of Co-Digestion of Manure and Food Waste on a Northern New York Dairy Farm

December 1, 2022

Are you interested in exploring whether a manure and food waste co-digestion enterprise might be feasible at your dairy? This webinar will present the economic feasibility of two scenarios of anaerobic co-digestion on a case dairy farm located in Northern New York.

Announcements

Heavy Snow Load Removal For Your Barns

Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY Dairy Environmental Systems offers guidance for heavy snow removal in two resources: Heavy Snow Loads and Do's and Don'ts for Barn Snow Removal.