Animal Systems Events
To help equine owners understand Manure Management requirements and learn about best management practices that are good for both animal and environmental health, ICCD is hosting an Equine Management Workshop featuring the Penn State University Extension Equine Team.
NY FarmNet uses a team approach of financial and personal consultants working closely with farm families to develop strategies to overcome barriers to business success.
Understand how benchmarking can help you and your team reach effective decisions to maximize profitability.
Today, many nonfarm residents raise backyard chickens in urban and suburban settings. However, keeping chickens in developed areas poses challenges that are different from raising poultry in rural environments. While some cities and municipalities have restrictions on raising chickens or prohibit it completely, those interested in raising backyard chickens are questioning these ordinances.
Advisory teams can easily be inundated with data when trying to investigate and monitor their goals and objectives.
Pennsylvania regulations require all farms generating or applying manure to have a Certified Nutrient Management Plan or a Manure Management Plan.
This workshop includes beef quality assurance training and your choice of a feedlot session or a cow/calf session.
Visitors to the Equine Pasture Management and High Density Grazing Demonstrations during Ag Progress Days, Aug. 13-15, can learn about best practices to enhance their farm or property.
Both new and experienced producers should plan to attend. Equipment will be furnished. Wear work clothes and bring gloves.
This 4-week course provides prospective and beginning small-scale poultry farmers and egg producers with a general understanding of what is needed to profitably raise poultry. Poultry breeds, housing, health, and nutrition for small-scale meat and egg producers are explored.
Annual Poultry Show
Annual youth conference for poultry.