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Dairy Sense: The Reality of the Dairy Industry - Articles Articles
The industry is in crisis and there is no simple fix to the problem. Consecutive years of mediocre margins and possible erosion of farm equity mean there are some tough questions to be answered. More
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Dairy Sense: More Sugar, Please - Articles Articles

Dairy Sense: More Sugar, Please

Virginia A. Ishler

Adding sugar to the ration can complement many diets and takes the pressure off starch as the only energy source used to maintain production and components. More
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Dairy Sense: Evolution of IOFC - Articles Articles

Dairy Sense: Evolution of IOFC

Virginia A. Ishler

Income over feed cost (IOFC) per cow has evolved from a general metric to one that is very farm specific. Tracking breakeven IOFC enables analysis of how decisions will impact cash flow. More
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Risk Management for Reproduction Programs - Articles Articles
Risk management must address big-picture financial aspects, but it is also relevant to specific areas of management, such as reproduction. More
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What is Mastitis Costing You? - Articles Articles
Mastitis costs dairy farms more than any other disease. Control clinical and subclinical infections to improve milk quality and boost profitability. More
Cooking for Crowds: A Volunteer's Guide to Safe Food Handling (Private - Christ Church)
Cooking for Crowds: A Volunteer's Guide to Safe Food Handling (Private - Christ Church) - Workshops Workshops
$25.00
This workshop provides practical food safety strategies for nonprofit organizations that prepare and serve food. More
Strategies for Successful Selling
Strategies for Successful Selling - Workshops Workshops

Strategies for Successful Selling

03/18/2019

Wexford, PA

$75.00
Learn different strategies to improve your farm or food business skills. More
Figure 5. Rainfall simulator used in this experiment.
Tillage System Effects on Runoff, Erosion, and Phosphorus Loss - News News
Highlights from research results from 2007/2008 may help plan for the coming year’s tillage system including effects on runoff, erosion, and phosphorus loss on soils with different drainage characteristics More
Hemp Field Day at the Penn State Southeast Research and Extension Center. August 7, 2018 (Penn State: Alyssa Collins)
Interested in Growing Hemp in Pennsylvania in 2019? - News News
The recent passage of the 2018 Farm Bill has made the cultivation of Hemp in Pennsylvania and across the country legal once again. Here you will find what interested farmers and investors need to know before they jump in with both feet! More
A disc plow sits unused in the fence row, one of many tactics farmers are helping Pennsylvania meet Chesapeake Bay TMDLs for nutrients and sediment. Photo by: Heidi Reed, Penn State
2019 Recap of Pennsylvania in the Balance - News News
Stakeholders met in early February to help shape the Phase 3 Watershed Improvement Plans for the Chesapeake Bay More
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Penn State Agronomy Scout School: Registration Open - News News
Register now for the Agronomy Scout School on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Penn State-University Park Campus. More
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Not Too Late to Attend a Crops Conference: Butler County - News News
Butler County Extension is pleased to announce that they will be holding a Crops Conference at The Atrium in Prospect, PA on February 26, 2019 from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm. More
Success with Container Plantings and Succulents
Success with Container Plantings and Succulents - Workshops Workshops

Success with Container Plantings and Succulents

03/25/2019

Leesport, PA

$10.00
Learn about unusual plant combinations and the use of succulents for container plantings. More
Garden Day
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Garden Day

04/13/2019

Ebensburg, PA

$25.00
Gardeners of all levels are invited to join us for a day filled with all types of gardening information! More
Planting green into cereal rye (Penn State, Heidi Reed)
Cover Crops Looking Wimpy? Maybe This is the Year to Plant Green - News News
Read our planting green research summary to determine if the practice supports your goals. More
Nutrition Links: Check the Facts
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Nutrition Links: Check the Facts

03/12/2019

Freeland, PA

Free
Hands-on educational classes on nutrition through the Nutrition Links Program. Teaching people how to eat better for less. More
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Weather Outlook for the Week of February 19, 2019 - News News
The very active wintry pattern that the state has seen the last few weeks will persist through the upcoming seven to ten days. More
Jelena Witch hazel
Witch Hazels: A Promise That Spring is on the Way - Articles Articles
Witch hazels provide fragrance and floral impact to the garden. More
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Two Notable Native Herbs for 2019 - News News
The Notable Native Herbs for 2019 are New Jersey Tea and Horsetail. The Notable Native Herb™ is the signature program of Herb Society of America’s (HSA) Native Herb Conservation Committee. More
Bucks County Annual Meeting
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Bucks County Annual Meeting

03/29/2019

Dublin, PA

$20.00
Celebrate our organization and honor 4-H members, Master Gardeners, and Master Watershed Steward volunteers. More
Pruning Workshop
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Pruning Workshop

03/17/2019

West Chester, PA

$15.00
Home gardeners are invited to learn about pruning and gardening basics! More
Home Composting
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Home Composting

04/27/2019

Honesdale, PA

Free
Join us for a hands-on experience all about composting! More
Japanese primrose in a woodland setting
Pick a Primrose For a Pop of Perfection - Articles Articles
Spring flowering primroses are ideal in moist, semi-shady locations. More
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Pest and Disease Problems of Indoor Plants - Articles Articles
Plants can brighten our indoor spaces. Find out more about common pests and diseases of indoor plants and how to combat them. More
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Petscaping: Creating a Pet-Friendly Garden - Articles Articles
You can have a garden that is both beautiful and a safe haven for pets. This article outlines steps for a pet-friendly garden. More
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