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January 2023

Getting the Most of of Your Pastures

January 11 - January 12, 2023January 17 - January 18, 2023January 25 - January 26, 2023February 5, 2023
February 7, 2023
February 14 - February 15, 2023February 21, 2023
February 28, 2023
March 14 - March 15, 2023March 21, 2023

6:00 - 7:30 pm
Locations vary

Graziers of all types of livestock are invited to these discussion-based meetings. We will share a pot of soup while watching a presentation on how the grazing animal's rumen works. Discussions will follow on member's grazing operations; their strengths and weaknesses. This will help set up topics for future meetings. These meetings are free to attend. Donations of cash or soup ingredients would be appreciated.

Grazing livestock can be a low-cost way to make use of perennial grasses to produce food and fiber for the family or to sell. What many have found is that to be profitable, productive, and fun the grazier needs to understand the interactions of: nutrition, plant growth, nutrient cycling, soil health, record keeping, as well as other pieces that success is made up of.

Farm Accounting with QuickBooks Online

January 11, 2023
January 18, 2023
January 25, 2023
February 1, 2023
February 8, 2023

12pm - 1:30pm
Zoom

By combining the theory and practice of farm business accounting into a single course, this training program will empower you to set up and maintain a record keeping system that is accurate, efficient, and useful.

Winter Crop Meeting 2023 - Auburn Event

Event Offers DEC Credits

January 26, 2023 : Winter Crop Meeting 2023 - Auburn Event
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Auburn Holiday Inn
Auburn, NY

Winter Crop Meeting 2023 - Auburn Event

Attend this year's Winter Crop Meeting 2023 at the Auburn Holiday Inn featuring a Trade Show  
Speakers will be covering the following topics:

  • Foster Farm—Overview of Their No-Till Cropping System
  • Soil Compaction
  • Impacts of Neonics and Nematodes on Corn Insect Management 
  • Corn Diseases- Identification and Options for Management
  • Biochar for NYS Agriculture: an Introduction and Application to Soils 
  • Registration fee includes lunch. 2.0 DEC recertification credits approved.

    Winter Crop Meeting 2023 - Dryden Event

    Event Offers DEC Credits

    January 27, 2023 : Winter Crop Meeting 2023 - Dryden Event
    9:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Dryden VFW
    Dryden, NY

    Winter Crop Meeting 2023 - Dryden Event

    Attend this year's Winter Crop Meeting 2023 at the Dryden VFW (no Trade Show)  
    Speakers will be covering the following topics:

  • Foster Farm—Overview of Their No-Till Cropping System
  • Soil Compaction
  • Impacts of Neonics and Nematodes on Corn Insect Management 
  • Corn Diseases- Identification and Options for Management
  • Biochar for NYS Agriculture: an Introduction and Application to Soils 
  • Registration fee includes lunch.  2.0 DEC recertification credits approved.



    February 2023

    Organic Farmer-to-Farmer Meetings

    February 14, 2023
    March 14, 2023

    9am - 1pm
    Cornell AgriTech Campus
    Geneva, NY

    The New York Certified Organic (NYCO) dairy and field crops farmer-to-farmer meetings will finally return to the Jordan Hall auditorium on the Cornell AgriTech campus in Geneva. The meetings had been held in this location for many years, but COVID-19 forced the group to try alternate formats the past few years.

    Meetings: February 14 will be focused on dairy and March 14 will be focused on field crops. Both meetings will run from 9am to 1pm and participants are encouraged to bring a dish to pass for lunch. The meetings are free to attend and all farmers are welcome.

    Maximizing Fertilizer Efficiency with Peak Fertilizer Prices: A Weekly Webinar Series 2023

    February 23, 2023
    March 2, 2023
    March 9, 2023
    March 16, 2023
    March 23, 2023

    12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
    Online Webinar

    Join us for a 5-week Webinar Series on Maximizing Fertilizer Efficiency with Peak Fertilizer Prices

    Five consecutive Thursdays:    February 23 - March30  from 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm



    March 2023

    Tools for Farm Succession Planning Series

    March 8, 2023
    March 15, 2023
    March 22, 2023

    6:30 - 8:00 pm EST
    Virtual Meeting Via Zoom

    Tools for Farm Succession Planning Series

    Do you have a plan in place for transferring your farm business to the next generation?

    Join CCE-trained educators for a FREE & Virtual series focused on leveling
    up your toolbox when it comes to building a strong management team, assessing
    your business for the future, and tax management considerations when it comes
    to succession planning.

    Whether you are currently working on a succession plan, currently implementing
    one, or don't want to use the word (because who plans for the future, right?!)
    this online series is for you!

    Each week on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8pm EST, a set of trained CCE
    educators will explore a specific topic and present resources, options and
    scenarios to help you better apply the concepts to your own farm and situation.
    The presentations will be recorded and provided to all registrants, along with
    handouts for each session. It is FREE to join each week. Each registrant will
    receive the zoom link to join the session, as well as a reminder email the
    morning of the session.

    Dairy Support Services - Spring Safety Meeting

    March 10, 2023
    9:00 am - 3:00 pm
    CNY Farm Supply
    Cortland, NY

    This meeting is targeted at both experienced and new farm workers who are operating trucks and ag equipment while applying manure and harvesting crops. There will be CAFO training credits available for farms that need them. This meeting will be held live and in-person, but a zoom option allowing remote viewing may be offered.

    Organic Farmer-to-Farmer Meetings

    February 14, 2023
    March 14, 2023

    9am - 1pm
    Cornell AgriTech Campus
    Geneva, NY

    The New York Certified Organic (NYCO) dairy and field crops farmer-to-farmer meetings will finally return to the Jordan Hall auditorium on the Cornell AgriTech campus in Geneva. The meetings had been held in this location for many years, but COVID-19 forced the group to try alternate formats the past few years.

    Meetings: February 14 will be focused on dairy and March 14 will be focused on field crops. Both meetings will run from 9am to 1pm and participants are encouraged to bring a dish to pass for lunch. The meetings are free to attend and all farmers are welcome.

    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Ithaca Workshop - SPANISH

    March 15, 2023
    10:30am - 2:30pm
    Cornell Vet School Dairy
    Ithaca, NY

    The workshop will utilize demonstrations and hands-on activities with the life-size cow and calf fetus models, as well as many common tools used during difficult calf deliveries.  Registration fees-$75 pp, lunch included. The program will run from 10:30 am -2:30 pm. Topics will include: Delivering the Calf, Stage of Labor & Calving Tools, Neonatal management, Postpartum Care.

    This workshop will be delivered in the SPANISH language and will be limited to 8 participants. Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don't wait!

    ** NOTE ** This is across from the Cornell Vet school, NOT the dairy in Harford!

    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Ithaca Workshop - ENGLISH

    March 15, 2023
    10:30am - 2:30pm
    Cornell Vet School Dairy
    Ithaca, NY

    The workshop will utilize demonstrations and hands-on activities with the life-size cow and calf fetus models, as well as many common tools used during difficult calf deliveries.  Registration fees-$75 pp, lunch included. The program will run from 10:30 am -2:30 pm. Topics will include: Delivering the Calf, Stage of Labor & Calving Tools, Neonatal management, Postpartum Care.

    This workshop will be delivered in the ENGLISH language and will be limited to 8 participants. Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don't wait!

    ** NOTE ** This is across from the Cornell Vet school, NOT the dairy in Harford!

    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Auburn Workshop - offered in ENGLISH

    March 16, 2023
    10:30am - 2:30pm
    Cayuga County Soil & Water District
    Auburn, NY

    The workshop will utilize demonstrations and hands-on activities with the life-size cow and calf fetus models, as well as many common tools used during difficult calf deliveries.  Registration fees-$75 pp, lunch included. The program will run from 10:30 am -2:30 pm. Topics will include: Delivering the Calf, Stage of Labor & Calving Tools, Neonatal management, Postpartum Care.

    This workshop will be delivered in the ENGLISH language and will be limited to 8 participants. Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don't wait!


    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Auburn Workshop - offered in SPANISH

    March 16, 2023
    10:30am - 2:30pm
    Cayuga County Soil & Water District
    Auburn, NY

    The workshop will utilize demonstrations and hands-on activities with the life-size cow and calf fetus models, as well as many common tools used during difficult calf deliveries.  Registration fees-$75 pp, lunch included. The program will run from 10:30 am -2:30 pm. Topics will include: Delivering the Calf, Stage of Labor & Calving Tools, Neonatal management, Postpartum Care.

    This workshop will be delivered in the SPANISH language and will be limited to 8 participants. Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don't wait!


    CNY Grazing Conference

    March 25, 2023
    9:00 am - 3:00 pm
    New York State Grange
    Cortland, NY

    CNY Grazing Conference

    YouTube Personality Russ Wilson to Speak at CNY Grazing Conf. March 25

    New York State Grange, 100 Grange Place, in Cortland, N.Y. The 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m 
    To Register, https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/CNYGrazingConference_10509 
    Admission at the door will be $30.00; lunch by 10-10 Bar-B-Q is included. 



    April 2023

    No Events Scheduled at this Time



    May 2023

    No Events Scheduled at this Time



    June 2023

    Small Grains Management Field Day 2023

    June 8, 2023
    9:30 am - 12:00 pm
    Fleur De Lis BrewWorks

    Small Grains Management Field Day 2023

    The date for the annual Small Grains Management Field day sponsored by the Integrated Field Crop, Soil and Pest Management Program Work Team, has been set for June 8! It will again be held in conjunction with Poormon Farms in Seneca Falls, NY. Please park in the designated lot at Fleur De Lis. Registration check-in and light refreshments will begin at 9:30 am with the program running from 10 am - noon. New this year is the opportunity to network with other attendees at Fleur De Lis farm brewery at the conclusion of the event!

    2023 Cornell Seed Growers Field Day

    Event Offers DEC Credits

    June 30, 2023
    8:30 am - 12:30 pm
    NYSIP Foundation Seed Barn
    Ithaca, NY

    For seed growers and other seed professionals

    DEC and CCA continuing education credits requested



    July 2023

    Beef Herd Pasture Walk: Managed Grazing System- Design & Management

    July 12, 2023
    6:30 - 8:00 pm EST
    The Weller Farm
    Weedsport, NY

    Beef Herd Pasture Walk: Managed Grazing System- Design & Management

    Host Greg Weller will share his experience 

    • Establishing the farm
    • Review design of a managed grazing system including building grazing infrastructure
    • Managing a cow/calf  pair operation
    • Pasture management, pasture species
    • Supplementing pasture with difficult weather patterns (drought & drowning)
    • Marketing strategies
    • Accessing cost-share programs and technical assistance from the county Soil and Water Conservation District & NRCS

     

    2023 Soil Health and Climate Resiliency Field Day

    Event Offers DEC Credits

    July 13, 2023
    10 am - 3 pm
    Rodman Lott and Son Farms
    Seneca Falls, NY

    2023 Soil Health and Climate Resiliency Field Day

    Central, NY - Seneca Falls
    Cover Crops + Reduced Tillage

    Presenters: 
    Kathryn Bushley; Biological Control of Soybean Cyst Nematode, USDA -ARS Emerging Pests & Pathogens Unit
    Matt Ryan; Cover Crops for Sustainable Agriculture, Cornell University
    Vipan Kumar; A fresh look at Weed Management, Cornell University 

    Register online or by phone
    www.fielddays.newyorksoilhealt... 
    315-568-4366 (Seneca Co. SWCD)

    Registration Fee $10 |  2 DEC Credits Available 
    BBQ Lunch included

    Sundaes on the Farm

    July 16, 2023
    12 - 3 pm
    Engelbert Farms
    ​Nichols, NY

    Sundaes on the Farm

    FREE ADMISSION - This free celebration of local agriculture is held by the Tioga County Agricultural Resource Group on a different dairy farm in the county each year. This year's event will be at Engelbert Farms in Nichols, NY. Parking for the event will be at Kirby Park. There is fun for the whole family with learning stations around the farm and FREE ice cream, yogurt, cheese and milk!!!

    Grasstravaganza 2023, Morrisville NY

    July 20 - July 22, 2023
    Thursday 2:00pm - Saturday 6:00pm
    SUNY Morrisville
    Morrisville, NY

    Grasstravaganza 2023, Morrisville NY

    PLANET GRAZE: Growing Resilient Grazing Systems
    Premier Summer Grazing Conference in Morrisville NY. Be inspired to get more from your grazing pastures with leading experts and oustanding in their field farmers. Plus Farm tours! Deadline to sign up is July 13th.

    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Cayuga County Workshop - SPANISH

    July 25, 2023
    10:00am - 2:00pm
    Scipio Springs Dairy
    Union Springs, NY

    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Cayuga County Workshop - SPANISH

    The workshop will utilize demonstrations and hands-on activities with the life-size cow and calf fetus models, as well as many common tools used during difficult calf deliveries.  Registration fees-$50 pp, lunch included. The program will run from 10:00 am -2:30 pm. Topics will include: Delivering the Calf, Stage of Labor & Calving Tools, Neonatal Management, and Postpartum Care.

    This workshop will be delivered in the SPANISH language and will be limited to 10 participants. Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don't wait!

    This event is held in conjunction with our partners at CCE Cayuga. 

    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Cayuga County Workshop - ENGLISH

    July 25, 2023
    10:00am - 2:00pm
    Scipio Springs Dairy
    Union Springs, NY

    Hands-on Calving & Dystocia Cayuga County Workshop - ENGLISH

    The workshop will utilize demonstrations and hands-on activities with the life-size cow and calf fetus models, as well as many common tools used during difficult calf deliveries.  Registration fees-$50 pp, lunch included. The program will run from 10:00 am -2:30 pm. Topics will include: Delivering the Calf, Stage of Labor & Calving Tools, Neonatal Management, and Postpartum Care.

    This workshop will be delivered in the ENGLISH language and will be limited to 10 participants. Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don't wait!

    This event is held in conjunction with our partners at CCE Cayuga. 

    Dairy Grazing Pasture Walk at Houston Farms

    July 27, 2023
    1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Houston Farms
    Groton, NY

    Dairy Grazing Pasture Walk at Houston Farms

    Learn how rotational grazing and other conservation practices enhance farm viability for the 4th and 5th generations on a small dairy in Groton, NY.



    August 2023

    2023 Aurora Farm Field Day

    August 3, 2023
    9:45 am - 3:00 pm
    Musgrave Research Farm
    Aurora, NY

    2023 Aurora Farm Field Day

    The annual Cornell Field Crop research field day will be held on Thursday, August 3rd at Musgrave Research Farm in Aurora, NY. The program promises to be stellar with three weed management topics and so much more!

    DEC and CCA credits have been requested.

    The program is free and open to the public. A light breakfast and free lunch will be provided.

    4R NY Field Day

    Event Offers DEC Credits

    August 23, 2023
    10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    DuMond Farms
    Union Springs, NY

    4R NY Field Day

    Join us for a field focusing on the importance of nutrient stewardship. Lunch included.

    10 am to 3 pm. Reservation required. Free. Limited availability. Four CCA CEUs.




    September 2023

    2023 Cornell Grain & Fiber Hemp Field Day

    September 14, 2023
    8:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Cornell AgriTech
    Geneva, NY

    2023 Cornell Grain & Fiber Hemp Field Day

    Growers, processors, product developers and others interested in hemp grain and fiber are invited to see trials of hemp cultivars, including new lines from the Cornell breeding program. Learn the latest in weed and disease management, hear updates on the New York State hemp program, and see demonstrations of a HempFlax Double Cut Combine, a FiberCut harvester, baling, and decortication with a FiberTrack 660 decorticator.

    Registration Fee: $30 (includes lunch) * Registration deadline: September 8, 2023  * Register online



    October 2023

    No Events Scheduled at this Time



    November 2023

    Equipment Safety and Maintenance Workshop - SPANISH

    November 14, 2023
    11am-3pm
    Elken Dale shop
    Locke, NY

    Equipment Safety and Maintenance Workshop - SPANISH

    Skid Steer & Tractor Operation & Maintenance

    Winter Operation & Considerations

    Safety Demonstrations provided by NYCAMH

    Workshop in both English & Spanish!

    Equipment Safety and Maintenance Workshop - ENGLISH

    November 14, 2023
    11am-3pm
    Elken Dale shop
    Locke, NY

    Equipment Safety and Maintenance Workshop - ENGLISH

    Join us for Skid Steer & Tractor Operation & Maintenance

    Winter Operation & Considerations Safety Demonstrations provided by NYCAMH
    Workshop in both English & Spanish! Register here for the English offering. 



    December 2023

    No Events Scheduled at this Time




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    Equipment Safety and Maintenance Workshop - SPANISH

    November 14, 2023
    Locke, NY

    Skid Steer & Tractor Operation & Maintenance

    Winter Operation & Considerations

    Safety Demonstrations provided by NYCAMH

    Workshop in both English & Spanish!

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    November 14, 2023
    Locke, NY

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    Workshop in both English & Spanish! Register here for the English offering. 

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    Announcements

    NYS Climate Action Council Draft Scoping Plan

    The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (Climate Act) was signed into law in 2019 as one of the most ambitious climate laws in the world. The law created the Climate Action Council (the Council), which is tasked with developing a draft scoping plan that serves as an initial framework for how the State will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve net-zero emissions, increase renewable energy usage, and ensure climate justice. On December 20, the Council voted to release the draft scoping plan for public comment. January 1, 2022 marks the beginning of a 120-day public comment period to receive feedback from the public as the Council works to develop and release a final scoping plan by the end of 2022. Read the Draft Scoping Plan [PDF] including the  entire document with appendices. https://climate.ny.gov/Our-Climate-Act/Draft-Scoping-Plan

    From Our Team to Yours: COVID-19 Resources for Dairy Farmers

    The South Central NY Dairy and Field Crops Team has compiled a list of articles that we think may be useful to dairy producers and their service providers as we all navigate the COVID-19 situation. Please stay safe and reach out to our team if you have questions or need help finding information. We are here to help with tools and resources to support all of the normal day-to-day dairy and field crop management considerations, in addition to emerging topics related to COVID-19.

    For the full list, click here: COVID-19 Resources for Dairy Farmers


    Regional Team Operations During COVID-19

    Click here for an operations update.


    Dairy Acceleration Program Funds Available

    Funds available for the
    • organization of financial records/benchmarking up to $1,000
    • continued business planning (for farms awarded in a previous year) up to $2,500
    • business planning up to $5,000
    Guidelines remain the same DAP covers 80% of the cost up to the value of the award and the farm is responsible for 20%.  Visit https://prodairy.cals.cornell.edu/dairy-acceleration/

    HEMP GROWER'S EXCHANGE BOARD

    CCE Hemp Exchange Board On-Line
    Dear Hemp Growers & Processors: Our exchange board has its first postings; plenty of interest in selling and purchasing. You can check it out at http://www.nyhempexchange.org/

     *The NY Hemp Exchange Board is posted for your information and research purposes. Cornell Cooperative Extension does not endorse or recommend any product, service, individual, business or other entity. All "Hemp Exchanges" are posted at the discretion of CCE. "Hemp Exchanges" requests may be denied or removed at any time for any reason Maire Ullrich, MBA Agriculture Program Leader Eastern New York Horticulture Team - Vegetables Cornell University Cooperative Extension Orange County


    2018 Drug Residue Prevention Manual

    For more than 30 years, the U.S. dairy industry has focused educational efforts on the judicious use of antibiotics through the annual publication of a Best Practices Manual. The 2018 edition of the National Dairy FARM Program: Farmers Assuring Responsible Management? Milk and Dairy Beef Drug Residue Prevention Manual is the primary educational tool for dairy farm managers throughout the country on the judicious and responsible use of antibiotics, including avoidance of drug residues in milk and meat.

    The manual is a quick resource to review those antibiotics approved for dairy animals and can also be used as an educational tool and resource for farm managers as they develop on-farm best management practices necessary to avoid milk and meat residues. Visit the Manual and Form Library to download copies of this important tool!

    http://www.nationaldairyfarm.com/drug-residue-manual


    Follow us on Facebook

    The team updates our facebook page frequently - follow us to be updated on our events, see some fun videos and get local area updates!

    facebook.com/SCNYDairyandFieldCropsTeam


    Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship

    Western New York Dairy Farmers Kim Shaklee and Janice Brown make the news with their successful Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship match. Kim and Janice are Master Graizers, and they are working hard with their Apprentice, Travis Belmore and preparing Lauren La Mar for an official Apprenticeship. 

    http://www.americanagriculturist.com/dairy/guiding-next-gen-dairy-graziers-win-win

    ProDairy Forage Management

    Are you prepared to change your routine this spring?

    By: Joe Lawrence, Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY and Ron Kuck, Cornell Cooperative Extension North Country Regional Ag Team


    While spring tasks vary by farm, there are many "rites of spring," and they are often completed in a fairly rigid sequence. Depending on the farm, these often include fixing fence, spreading manure, planting new seedings, planting corn and harvesting first cutting, and are often performed in this order.

    We are optimistic that the upcoming turn in weather will allow these task to be accomplished in a timely manner, but at this point it is time to ask yourself: Are you willing to change your spring routine?

    In addition to adverse weather it is no secret that everyone is facing extremely tight economic times, and dealing with forage inventories of poor digestibility forages from 2017. This combination of factors makes it more critical than ever to be ready to tackle the task that will have the most impact on your business at the proper time.

    Recent reference articles on dealing with tough times:
    • Key Opportunities to Optimize 2018 Crop Production Efficiency
    • Resources for Dealing with Spring Weather Delays
    First Cutting
    The number one focus should be on timely harvest of first cutting.
    • Park the corn planter when a field of first cutting is ready for harvest.
    o Monitoring 1st cut harvest timing
    • Approach harvest by the acre, not by the field. Be ready to skip over a field that has passed its optimum harvest stage.
    o Dynamic Harvest Schedules
    • Strategically plan feed storage to best utilize forage inventories for the right group of animals.
    o Strategic Forage Storage Planning
    o When More is Better
    Corn Planting
    The window for planting for silage is generally wider than for grain, which is why first cutting can and should take priority over corn planting. However, in the event of extreme delays in planting corn, performance will diminish with late plantings. If corn planting progresses into late May or early June, begin to consider alternative options for those acres. Previous research from Cornell and Penn State suggest a 0.5 to 1 ton/acre per week decline in silage yield for planting after mid to late May.

    Multi-Tasking
    First and foremost during a time of year that can be very busy and stressful, taking every precaution to keep your team safe is critical.

    The idea of fitting all of this work into a condensed time period, and still getting key tasks completed before critical deadlines can seem impossible, but year after year many find unique ways to get it all done. Consider working with neighbors, custom operators or renting equipment to accomplish these key tasks on time.

    If you currently utilize custom operators, now is a good time to set up a time to meet with them and make sure you are on the same page to get tasks accomplished in the time-frame needed. Make sure that your expectations and goals are clearly defined. They will also be under stress to fit their work into a condensed period and meet their customers' expectations, so defining expectations and pre-planning how to most efficiently get the work accomplished when the custom operator arrives can go a long way to increase the chances for success.



    NYSERDA Agriculture Energy Audit Program

    NYSERDA offers energy audits to help eligible farms and on-farm producers identify ways to save energy and money on utility bills. Reports include recommendations for energy efficiency measures.

    Eligibility
    Eligible farms include but are not limited to dairies, orchards, greenhouses, vegetables, vineyards, grain dryers, and poultry/egg. The farms must also be customers of New York State investor-owned utilities and contribute to the System Benefits Charge (SBC). Please check your farmís current utility bills to see if your farm pays the SBC.

    Energy Audit Options
    You can request the level of energy audit that best fits your farmís needs. NYSERDA will assign a Flexible Technical Assistance Program Consultant to visit your farm and perform an energy audit at no cost to you.

    For more information and the NYSERDA Agriculture Energy Audit Program Application click here


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