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Precision Nutrition Approach Can Lower Feed Costs and Make Dairy Farming More Sustainable

January 2019

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Regional Dairy Specialists, Betsy Hicks and Lindsay Ferlito, are working together on a research project, studying cow comfort in tie stall facilities. The project is funded through NY Farm Viability Institute and focuses on working with a group of farms who want to understand ways to optimize cow comfort at their farms. This video highlights two of these dairies and their experiences with the project.

Jessica Zeihm with title Taste New York Agricultural Marketing Educator

Educator Hired to Aid in Marketing for Area Food Producers

CCE of Washington County announced the hire of Jessica Ziehm to aid farmers and area food producers in marketing their products utilizing the state’s Taste NY branding program. To read the full press release, please click on read more.

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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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Last updated February 8, 2019