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New Book Provides Insight on Hydraulic Fracturing - News News
Author Daniel Raimi discusses risks, benefits and uncertainties of fracking, as heard in his travels across the US. More
Educators get hands-on at water educator's summit
Presenters and Exhibitors Sought for Water Education Summit - News News
Penn State Extension is looking for individuals and organizations interested in being part of the 2018 Dive Deeper – Youth Water Educators Summit to be held September 20, in Harrisburg. More
"Two horses heads facing the same way" by Graham Dean on flickr.com CC BY-SA 2.0
New Website Part of National Equine Health Plan - News News
A new website has been launched to improve horse health nationwide. More
Jodi (left) talks with Northeaster High School students about stormwater and the function of rain barrels.
Extension Water Team Welcomes New Educator Based in York County - News News
Jodi Sulpizio was recently hired as the Natural Resources Educator/Gypsy Moth Program Coordinator for Penn State Extension in York County. More
Jennifer Fetter and Bradley Kunsman represented the Dive Deeper Steering Committee at the NAE4-HA Awards Ceremony in Indianapolis. Pictured with 2017 NAE4-HA President Shawn Tiede (center).
Water Education Summit Receives National Recognition - News News
The Penn State Extension Dive Deeper Summit was awarded as a program of excellence at the national level. More
Ohio NGL Storage Project Pushed Back to 2019
Ohio NGL Storage Project Pushed Back to 2019 - News News
Mountaineer NGL Storage LLC project faces slowdown in receiving permits for salt storage cavern. More
Hail damaged apples which now have no value. Photo: Lynn Kime, Penn State
Insurance Options for Small and Beginning Farmers - News News
Small and beginning farmers qualify for several programs that can provide a much needed safety net. More
A Centennial Farm in Beaver County, PA courtesy of Maria Graziani
Understanding Agricultural Preservation in Pennsylvania - Articles Articles
With each year of easement purchases and acreage, Pennsylvania continues to protect quality farmland and the farmer’s ability to farm. More
"Glass-milk-white-cows-milk" by Pezibear on pixabay.com CC0
Dairy Outlook: January 2018 - Articles Articles

Dairy Outlook: January 2018

David L. Swartz, Robert C. Goodling, Jr., Virginia A. Ishler, Timothy Beck

Current predicted Class III price for the first 11 months of 2018 is averaging $14.57/cwt. To face the year with optimism is to be sure dairy producers really understand their cost of production. More
2018 Corn Grain and Silage Variety Trials
2018 Corn Grain and Silage Variety Trials - News News
Corn grain and silage tests are conducted annually to provide information regarding the performance of corn grown in Pennsylvania. More
by Janis Eicens. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:White_horse,_winter,_Burtnieki.jpg
2017 Ag Census is Underway - News News

2017 Ag Census is Underway

01/12/2018

How to be counted in the 2017 Agriculture Census More
Snow damage on juniper. Photo credit Sandy Feather.
Winter Damage to Trees and Shrubs - Articles Articles
Learn the best ways to prevent and remedy damage to woody plants caused by ice and snow. More
courtesy U360 Univ. of Guelph
Methane Release and Groundwater Research - News News
Researchers from Canadian universities study a controlled natural gas release on groundwater. More
Models for the Future Apple Plots: Year of Planting
Models for the Future Apple Plots: Year of Planting - Articles Articles
Penn State Extension partners with growers in a "Models for the Future" project to provide on-farm demonstrations for new, young, and minority farmers. More
Photo Credit: Holly Raguza, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
Lancaster County Extension Annual Meeting Scheduled - News News
You are invited! The Annual Meeting and Social Event will be held Thursday, February 1, 2018, at the Farm and Home Center, Lancaster, PA 17601. More
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