Wade Benedict Family Farm, Chambersburg, PA. Family friendly event with interactive demonstrations, light supper and ice cream.
Pasture walk discussing cattle handling and restraint systems, pasture, grazing, and cattle management.
Pennsylvania's largest outdoor agricultural exposition held annually during three days in August.
Opportunity for dairy producers to meet in an informal setting and discuss locally relevant topics
The 2014 Eastern Pennsylvania Grazing Conference "Healthy Pastures: It’s All About the Grass" is an exciting educational opportunity focusing on the importance of understanding forage growth and health when making management decisions.
Bradford County Conservation District and Penn State Extension Equine are partnering to offer a two part, exciting workshop providing practical hands-on experiences to benefit all horse farm owners and managers, from one-horse farms to large equine operations.
New producers and experience producers should plan to attend!
This Farm Energy Day program will provide overviews of a sampling of sustainable and renewable (“green”) energy issues as they relate to farmers and landowners in the region, with special attention to growing bioenergy crops, using on-farm solar energy, and increasing energy efficiency in farm operations.
The 2014 Pennsylvania Poultry Sales & Service Conference - and - 86th Northeastern Conference on Avian Diseases will be held September 24-25 at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel in State College, Pennsylvania. The program addresses current issues that affect the entire poultry industry as well as specific educational breakout sessions that cover Avian Disease, Broiler production, Turkey production and Egg production. There is also the option to participate in a pre-conference clay pigeon shoot at Warriors Mark Wingshooting Lodge and Kennels on September 23, and will include shells, lunch, drinks, and prizes for participants.
The PA Grassland Evaluation Contest is an educational opportunity for PA high school students enrolled in FFA and 4-H programs, or members of a high school affiliated club.
Farmstead and artisan dairy processors and others interested in cheese that take this course will gain knowledge of the materials and processes used to make specialty cheese and learn techniques to improve their business.
Annual program for all youth 12 years of age and older and adults who enjoy learning or teaching youth about poultry. This Animal Science Department program is sponsored by the U.S. Poultry Association Harold Ford Foundation.