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Jan 21

Staying healthy with a backyard flock

3:00 pm EST

Human salmonellosis outbreaks in backyard flocks occur yearly. Transmission of diseases between poultry and humans can be a problem if proper care is not taken. Dr. Jacquie Jacob from the University of Kentucky will discuss how backyard flock owners can stay healthy while keeping a backyard flock.


Jacquie Jacob

Jan 22

MidAtlantic Women in Agriculture Webinar: Matching Forage Quality with Small Ruminant Nutrition

12:00 pm EST

1/22/2020: Matching Forage Quality with Small Ruminant Nutrition
Matching forage growth and quality to different classes of animals and reproductive cycles can be tricky. Learn how to manage your herd and pastures so you can get the most out of them.
Registration: https://2020wednesdaywebinars.eventbrite.com/
For upcoming and archived webinars please visit: https://extension.umd.edu/womeninag/webinars 


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Jan 22

Getting started with 'Wash-pack facilities'

7:00 pm EST

This program is part of a 13-webinar Michigan State University Extension 2020 Beginning Farmer Webinar Series. A descriptive flyer and on-line registration and payment for any or all of the webinars is available at https://events.anr.msu.edu/begfrmr2020/. A registration fee of $5 per webinar, or ½ price fee of $32.50 for all 12 webinars is required. Limited scholarships are available – contact MSU Extension Educator Jim Isleib at isleibj@msu.edu for scholarship details. If you register after a webinar is completed, a link to a recording of the completed webinars will be provided within 3 days.

Landen Tetil, Produce Safety Technician, Marquette Conservation District 

Landen will outline good post-harvest handling practices for vegetable and fruit crops on small farms. Sytstem components, pitfalls to avoid and expected costs will be covered, emphasizing food safety.


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