Cooperative Extension Launching Winter Shop Meetings For Local Dairy Producers
At Big Frog 104, we’re always ready to share news that affects farmers, and now the Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County is launching a free winter series of learning opportunities for local dairy producers.
According to a news release from Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County:
“Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County’s Agriculture staff is preparing to kick off a winter series of group learning opportunities for local dairy producers called “Shop Meetings”. The objective of the series, which will be hosted by local dairy producers is to keep Oneida County dairy producers informed of timely issues affecting their business, learn about helpful resources available at Cooperative Extension, and to encourage conversation and sharing amongst dairy producers.
The first Shop Meeting is scheduled for Thursday January 31st from 12:30-2:00pm and will be held at John Collins’ farm located at 8744 Thomas Rd. in Rome, NY. There is no fee to attend the Shop Meeting, but reservations are appreciated by calling 736-3394 ext. 132.
Any Oneida Co. dairy producer who is interested in hosting a shop meeting in February or March is encouraged to call Cornell Cooperative Extension.”