Cornell Cooperative Extension North Country Regional Ag Team word mark with Cornell University emblem off to the right and the title Farm Management Specialist Office Hours in black lettering

Office Hours are at CCE Office 10am-3pm: 1/21, 2/20, 3/18, 4/23

A local farm in Clinton County getting one more cut of hay-November 5th,2013

Hay cutting in November

Dairy cattle in the Cornell Dairy Research Center in Harford, NY (Cornell University Photography).
Image by Jason Koski

Dairy is a major agricultural commodity in Clinton County, NY.

Agriculture

Agriculture represents one of the largest economic sectors in Clinton County with a combined output value exceeding $148,999,000 (2012). Farms create direct economic benefits, provide our residents with fresh local foods, support other local businesses across many sectors, and preserve the rural character that our residents and visitors value so highly. CCE-Clinton supports local agriculture by providing resources for farmers, and consumers, to help strengthen our local and regional food systems.

For Important information on the Alfalfa Snout beetle click HERE  

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IPM & FAMACHA Workshop

Learn to manage your grazing to avoid building up parasite populations on your pastures in this workshop at CCE-St. Lawrence on Oct. 29th. Fee.

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Tree Sap Drip Buckets

Agroforestry

Learn how to better utilize the natural resources in your local forests and community with our agroforestry page

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cattle feeding

Livestock

We work with beef, sheep, goat, hog, horse, and poultry producers in this region to help you achieve more efficient and profitable outcomes on your farm.

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NNY Regional Ag Team

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Northern NY Agriculture Program serves farmers and rural land owners in Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence Counties in New York State.

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hay field in Ulysses NY

Cornell Resources A-Z

Guide to specific Cornell departments and topics.

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Food From the Farm event Picture with Cornell Cooperative Extension Logo and Adirondack Harvest Logo as well as a picture of various vegetables and the words Food From the Farm written along the bottom of composed image

Food From the Farm: Eating Local in the North Country

Meet the farmers and sample tasty dishes 3 local restaurant chefs will be preparing samples Latitude 44 Bistro, Farmhouse Pantry, Himalaya Restaurant Admission: $5/adult, ages 5 & under free, $20 maximum per family

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Contact

Sara Bull
Agriculture Educator
slk95@cornell.edu
(518) 561-7450

Last updated April 3, 2019