Berry producers from around New York State attended Cornell Cooperative Extension Spring Berry Workshops to learn updated information about soil composition, pest management, herbicide usage, pruning protocol and optimizing control strategies. [Read more…]
Every May the New York Beef Council hosts four beef tours across New York State to explore beef production at the grassroots level. These “Farm to Fork” tours were designed to educate industry partners from retail, food service (distributors/restaurants owners and chefs), culinary instructors, extension educators and dietitians. [Read more…]
Grazing isn’t the easy way out, but it was the ideal way for one Maryland family to honor the long history of their family who worked the farm in Jefferson, MD.
Adam Holter, sixth generation farmer on Holterholm Farm in partnership with his father Ron, says the farm was purchased 1889 in a bankruptcy sale. The land hadn’t been well cared for, so the Holters started the process of rejuvenating the property. [Read more…]
by Jon M. Casey
The Lee Publications, Inc. Trade Show Division is pleased to announce that the 2016 Virginia Farm Show, the farm show for farmers, will be a Wednesday through Friday format. The dates are set for Jan. 13, 14, and 15, 2016. With free parking and free admission, the Virginia Farm Show remains the ideal showcase for farm equipment and services in the mid-Atlantic region. [Read more…]
Louis and Jake Lipton may be young, but they certainly don’t lack experience. The brothers are producing a variety of crops on Pleasant View Farms in Somers, CT – a farm that’s been in the family since 1918. [Read more…]