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For many producers, 2016 was a challenging year to produce quality hay. This workshop will address some of those challenges while providing instruction on ways to consistently produce high-quality hay. We hope you can join us for this informative meeting!
Deciding long-term plans for a farming business is difficult. This workshop will provide guidance for how to approach the farm succession planning process, touching on some of the key factors with experienced advisors and educators - communication, legal issues, and evaluation of the financial situation.
Join our Technology Tuesday Webinar Series to learn about some of the most recent technologies available to dairy producers as well as to revisit some new information on older technologies. All webinars run from 8:30am - 10:30am.
Who should attend? Any woman working in any sector of agriculture. Women who work on a farm. Women who support family members working in agriculture. Any one else who would like to join us for a discussion!
The Animal Diagnostic Laboratory (PADLS-PSU), the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and Veterinary Extension at The Pennsylvania State University will offer the annual Veterinary Practitioner’s Meeting on Friday, May 5th, 2017 in the Centre County / Pennsylvania State University Visitor Center at 800 East Park Avenue in State College.
Farming is an occupation that exposes workers to many hazards. The key to survival is not getting caught by these hazards. This program will lead participants through various scenarios that will force them to think about typical injury incidents and make proper decisions and reactions to them.