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2023 Crop Congress - Lowville




Event Details

Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

February 21, 2023

Time

10:30am - 3pm

Location

CCE of Lewis County
7395 East Road
Lowville,

Cost

Registration Fee : $25.00

(addl attendee $25.00 ea.)

At The Door Price
Pay at Door : $25.00

Host

North Country Regional Ag Team

Mike Hunter
315-778-8602



Topics and speakers:

  Seed corn maggot research in NY- Ken Wise, NYS IPM

 Maximize on-farm use efficiency for high priced fertilizers in 2023- Kitty O'Neil

 Moving forward with Biocontrol Nematodes- Mary DeBeer, DeBeer Agri Service

 Field crop weed control updates- Mike Hunter

 "NYS DEC Pesticide applicator credits will be offered"


Lunch is included.

 




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As we begin 2023, we are not expecting fertilizer and nutrient shortages to disrupt crop planning as they did last year, but fertilizer prices continue to be very high.  This series of webinars is designed to help farms and producers to accurately assess fertilizer needs and to manage for optimal nutrient efficiency to minimize fertilizer purchases.

Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Workshop

March 27 - March 28, 2023

Cornell Cooperative Extension Dairy Specialists and Cornell PRO-DAIRY are excited to offer a hands-on dairy calving and dystocia workshop across the state in English and Spanish.

Knowing the stages of labor and recognizing when a cow needs assistance are important skills. This workshop will educate attendees on those skills and will include a hands-on experience with a life size model of a cow ready to calve along with her calf. Attendees will be able to practice a variety of dystocia situations. There are 2 sites in Northern NY, with the same program offered each day (in both languages both days). The cost is $75, which includes lunch and all materials. Pre-registration is required and registration is limited to the first 7 English and 7 Spanish participants per day.

 

Announcements

Dairy Shop Meeting: Calf Care Protocols & Colostrum Management

Dr. Melanie Parker-Geurtsen will be joining us for a
discussion on calf care and colostrum management. Please
feel free to attend yourself and/or ask your calf feeder to
attend. Light refreshments will be provided. Please let
Abbey Jantzi know via email (aej48@cornell.edu) or phone
(315-788-8450) if you plan on attending.

Wednesday, February 15th, 12:30-2PM
Grimshaw Farm: 9922 County Route 152,
Adams, NY


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