Good news for farmers; CCE Launches Livestock Resource Website

If a farmer is looking for resources to produce and market livestock, now you have an easy place to access all that information.

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Cornell Cooperative Extension is proud to announce the release of its new Livestock Resource website, created by its CCE Breeding Program Work Team. The goal is to make the website a go-to place for all agriculture workshops, trainings and webinar recordings.

The CCE Breeding Program Work Team found that New York growers and farmers needed a central, reliable location for all things breeding. This need inspired the creation of the website.

Black and white calf at green field

Paul Grecaud

What’s great about the website is how it’s divided into themes for easy navigation. Breeders can easily find information on multiple topics such as breeding, reproduction, health, nutrition and marketing.

Dana M. Havas, agricultural team leader for CCE Cortland, says the website is an ideal hub for experts from across the state to share all of their information in one place.

It is exciting to see extension livestock experts from across the state working together to develop a strong and valuable collection of resources for our communities.

Dairy farm

Maciej Maksymowicz

The CCE Livestock Program Work Team consists of a variety of educators working with experts across the country to help foster the success of livestock farmers in New York State.

Visit the new CCE Livestock Resources Website today and see for yourself the future of ranching in New York State.

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