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Monday, July 14, 2014

Master Shepherd Course: Fencing

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Description: Woodbourne Farm, Woodsville, NH

COST: Individual registration is $60 per class for VSGA members or $75 per class for nonmembers. Registration for the entire course is $500 and $600, respectively.

Part of the Vermont Sheep & Goat Assn. Master Shepherd Course, this session's focus is Fencing, All Aspects of Containing and Protecting

CONTACT: For more information or to register visit the VSGA website:
vtsheepandgoat.org/2013/01/chet-parsons-vsga-offer-master-shepherd-course/

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Grasstravaganza!

Time: 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Description: Morrison State College, Morrisville, NY

COST: $40 - $195, depending on date registration is received and options chosen. See registration form at grasstravaganza.morrisville.edu/assets/pdf/registration.pdf

The "Pasture Soil Health Creates Wealth" conference will feature a trade show, soil health stations and presentations by national and local grazing and soil health experts who will cover a range of topics.

Among those in the speaker lineup are; Ray Archuleta, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) “Soil Guy” from North Carolina, who travels the country promoting soil health. Archuleta has 25 years of experience with the NRCS and is a certified Professional Soil Scientist with Soil Science Society of America.

Additional speakers include: Jerry Brunetti, founder of Agri-Dynamics, a company that provides holistic animal remedies for farm, livestock, and pets; and Jim Gerrish, former University of Missouri researcher, writer, who is currently a cattle rancher and co-owner of American GrazingLands Services LLC, a consulting business that helps farmers and ranchers more effectively manage their grazing lands for economic and environmental sustainability

CONTACT: For attendee information, please contact: Anne Orth (315) 684-6843. For vendor information, please contact: Sarah Mazza (315) 684-6076 or mazzas@morrisville.edu. Register at grasstravaganza.morrisville.edu/assets/pdf/registration.pdf

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Friday, July 18, 2014

Grazing, Summer Annuals, and No Grain Organic Dairy Production

Time: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Description: Beidler Family Farm, Randolph Ctr., VT

COST: $20, includes lunch from NOFA's wood-fired pizza oven

Brent & Regina Beidler have operated their certified organic dairy since 2000, and for more than seven years have managed their herd – now about 40 head – on a no-grain diet using just 160 acres of crop and pasture land. Join Brent Beider and UVM Agronomist Dr. Heather Darby as they lead a tour the farm to discuss grazing systems, summer annuals research, and the farm’s transition to no-grain production. This workshop was organized in collaboration with UVM Extension's Northwest Crop and Soils Program.

CONTACT: More information and registration at www.uvm.edu/extension/agriculture/news-events/?Page=summer-series.html#.U7wpfbG4N34. Or call NOFA at 802-434-4122 with any questions.

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Making the Most of Your Forages: No-Grain Organic Dairy

Time: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Description: Beidler Family Farm, Randolph Center, VT

COST: $20, including lunch from NOFA-VT's mobile pizza oven

Brent & Regina Beidler have operated their certified organic dairy since 2000, and for more than seven years have managed their herd – now about 40 head – on a no-grain diet using just 160 acres of crop and pasture land. Join Brent Beider and UVM Agronomist Dr. Heather Darby as they lead a tour the farm to discuss grazing systems, summer annuals research, and the farm’s transition to no-grain production. This workshop was organized in collaboration with UVM Extension's Northwest Crop and Soils Program.

Lunch is provided, and will be prepared in NOFA Vermont's mobile wood-fired pizza oven.

About the Farm: Brent and Regina Beidler are members of Organic Valley/CROPP Cooperative. They have diversifed the farm operation with the long term goal of being as independent as possible from outside inputs of animal feed, bedding and energy inputs. This includes a few small grain crops for local consumers as well as their animals. Other ventures include a small beef herd and some small scale vegetable production for the local school and retail outlets.

CONTACT: Register at www.surveymonkey.com/s/V6T2YPD. Contact info@nofavt.org or 802-434-4122 for more information.

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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Garden Tour: Honeydew Homestead

Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Description: 1372 Old Stage Rd, Williston, VT

COST: $10 for Friends of the Hort. Farm and Master Gardener members

Dreaming of a small homestead? Maybe some chickens in the backyard and few fruit trees?
Join this Friends of the Hort Farm tour and meet Markey Read and Tim King as they share 15+ years of suburban homesteading during a tour of their farm in Williston. You’ll see a vegetable and herb garden, small fruits and small fruit trees, honey bee hives, layer hens and ducks, chickens, and Cornish hens raised for meat.
You’ll be inspired to start your own homestead! Qualifies for EMG-Education Hours.

CONTACT: RSVP to info@friendsofthehortfarm.org

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

20th Annual Friends of the UVM Hort Farm Plant Sale

Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Description: UVM Horticultural Research & Education Center, 65 Green Mountain Dr., S. Burlington, VT 05403

COST: Free admission (plants are available for purchase)

Looking for that special tree, shrub, or perennial to fill a niche in your garden? Over 50 Vermont nurseries have donated choice specimens, including rhododendrons, dwarf conifers, a wide variety of perennials for shade and sun, and flowering annuals. Proceeds from the sale support plant collections maintenance, site enhancement projects and The Friends’ successful student intern program.


CONTACT: Anne Marie at 802-656-2630 or aresnik@uvm.edu.

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Monday, July 21, 2014

Organic Dairy High Quality Forage Production

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Description: Stine Farm, 45540 Stine Rd, Redwood, NY

COST: $10 per person, $15 2 or more from same farm

Bill Stine of Stine Farm welcomes you to tour his farm and learn about his forage production system. Hear how he maintains production with a baleage and hay based ration. See his pasture system and learn what practices Bill has implemented to be a successful organic dairy farmer.

CONTACT: Register at netforum.avectra.com/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?Site=NOFANY&WebCode=EventReg&evt_key=bcbbcffb-64ce-4a52-b3dd-6fcc8c51949d

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Pastured Poultry with Jeff Mattocks

Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Description: Benedikt Dairy, 97 Shirley Hill Rd., Goffstown, NH 03045

COST: $25

Poultry has become a gateway livestock for many beginning farmers who recognize the benefits to the soil that can come from a properly managed pastured poultry operation. Meat birds or pastured eggs can also be a low-investment, quick turnover product that has high consumer demand and generates return customers.

The problem is that most of the production advice for poultry production beyond the backyard scale is geared towards confinement operations. Mattocks has been working with pastured poultry producers around the country for years and is familiar with their particular needs.

CONTACT:Space is limited, so pre-registration is required, and the fee for the workshop is $25. Tickets must be purchased by Sunday, July 20. If minimum registration numbers are not met, the event will be canceled and ticket fees refunded on Monday, July 21. To register, go to pasturedpoultry.eventbrite.com.

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Crops & Soils Field Day

Time: 9:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Description: Borderview Research Farm, 146 Line Rd., Alburgh, VT

COST: Free for farmers, $25 per person for all others. Includes a BBQ lunch featuring local foods. Participants will receive Certified Crop Adviser credits.

The theme for this year's event is "Feeding the Soils, the Plants and the Community." The day will provide an opportunity for farmers to learn about the latest UVM Extension research and developments involving perennial grass varieties, pod-irrigation systems, cover crop mixtures and interseeding, winter forages, best grass varieties for feeding livestock, no-till cropping and manure injection, alternative fertilizers, oilseed varieties and flax weed control.

Farmers will have a guided farm tour at 10 a.m. sharp. Following lunch, three focused tours will be offered starting at 2 p.m. Participants also may visit the exhibit tent and the farm's various field research trials on their own during the day.

The hops tour, for individuals interested in learning more about growing hops in the Northeast, will focus on fertility and irrigation systems as well as pest management and other current research. In addition, local Vermont brewers will be on hand to discuss hop quality standards.

Farmers who select the grain tour will hear from the experts about growing grains for food-grade markets including which varieties of wheat, barley and oats are most suitable for northern New England. The tour also will feature information on UVM Extension grain-breeding projects and the latest research on control of head scab in wheat. Andrea and Christian Stanley of Valley Malt in Hadley, Mass., will provide information about malting grains.

The third tour focuses on soil health with an in-depth look at no-till, manure injection and cover crop projects. Frank Gibbs, a Natural Resources Conservation Service resource soil scientist from Ohio, will share strategies to evaluate and improve soil on cropland.

CONTACT: Registrations will be accepted through July 21 at www.uvm.edu/extension/fieldday. Or contact Susan Brouillette (susan.brouillette@uvm.edu) or Heather Darby (heather.darby@uvm.edu) at (800) 639-2130 (Vermont calls only) or (802) 524-6501. If requiring a disability-related accommodation to attend, please call Brouillette by July 14.

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Beef: It's Meant for Grazing

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Description: The Ortensi Farm and Equine Center, 765 Chyle Rd, Richfield Springs, NY

COST: $10 per person, $15 2 or more from same farm

Bernie and Greg Ortensi of The Ortensi Farm and Equestrian Center LLC will host a field day focused on their beef grazing operation. Join them to learn how they graze, cover crop and grow small grains for their herd. Karen Hoffman, Nutrition and Animal Scientist and Dave Roberts Grazing Specialists for USDA-NRCS will talk about ration balancing, pasture layout and how to manage pasture species for optimum forage quality. Robert Perry, NOFA-NY field crop educator, will share his insight growing small grain and cover cropping systems.

CONTACT: To pre-register and pay, shop online at tinyurl.com/shopNOFAevents or call Stephanie at 585-271-1979 ext. 509 to make payment. Registration is $10/person and $15/two or more people from the same farm. Pre-registration is encouraged and closes at 4pm on July 22nd (after this, registration will be taken at the event—please arrive 15 minutes early to walk-in register).

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

K-Line Pasture Irrigation

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Description: Horning Farm: 1700 Stiles Rd., Penn Yan, NY

COST: Free

Join Alvin Horning Jr. of Horning Farm to learn how he manages his pasture for optimum production from his herd. See his K-Line irrigation system, learn how he rotates his pastures for simplicity in irrigation. Hear how Alvin is using irrigation to maximize pasture production, mitigate the risk in extreme weather patterns and maintain high quality forage. This field day is sponsored by NOFA-NY through the USDA Risk Management Agency, Outreach and Assistance Program and supported by Organic Valley.

CONTACT: No need to register. See event details on the NOFA-NY website at www.nofany.org/events/field-days/k-line-pasture-irrigation

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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Full-Diet Farming: Making Pieces Work Together on a Small Farm

Time: 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Description: Horning Farm, 1700 Stiles Rd., Penn Yan, NY

COST: $10/person, or $15/2 or more people per farm.

Becky and Joe of Old Ford Farm will take guests on a tour of their highly diversified farm, explaining several of the enterprises as they have evolved on this relatively young farm. The group will look at their certified raw-milk dairy operation, as well as the pigs, laying hens, broilers, turkeys, and vegetables. Gain valuable insight into how they manage the enterprise, how the enterprise contributes to the big-picture farm finances, values, and ecosystem. Learn how they determine which endeavor is most profitable, most labor-intensive, most important for marketing, and how various enterprises interact together. Then the day wi'll end with a potluck supper- bring food to share and plan to stay an extra hour to relax with fellow aspiring, beginning and experienced farmers.

CONTACT: Register with Stephanie by 7/27 at (585) 271-1979 ext 509 or online at www.nofany.org/events/register

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Friday, August 1, 2014

Minimize Mosquito Problems

Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Description: Webinar at connect.extension.iastate.edu/fireant

COST: Free

Late summer is prime time for mosquitoes and the time of year when West Nile usually peaks. Learn how to protect yourself and your family from mosquitoes by reducing breeding sites, resting sites, and avoiding them altogether. During this webinar we will cover the basics of mosquitoes, what they need to survive and how you can eliminate it, how mosquitoes spread disease, information on insect repellents, and tips on how to minimize mosquitoes in your backyard. Presented by Molly Keck, Program Specialist - IPM, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. Moderated by Chris Becker, Regional Extension Agent, Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Amanda Tedrow, County Extension Agent, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension

CONTACT: Click here to login as a guest and participate in the live event: connect.extension.iastate.edu/fireant See more information at learn.extension.org/events/1373#.U7wSaLG4N35

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Saturday, August 2, 2014

Alternative Forage Crops for Goats & Sheep

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Description: Sunny Acres Farm: 433 Flats Road, Athens, NY

COST: $10/person and $15/two or more people from the same farm

Jim and Deborah Taylor in Greene County, NY have put a lot of energy into extending their forage grazing season with brassica forages such as turnips and radishes and introducing small grains and alternative forages into their pasture management system to help control parasites and reduce grain consumption in their meat goat herd while improving animal and soil health. Come and observe their management practices at work. The group will discuss establishing alternative forages and how to incorporate them into a pasture management system. This field day is sponsored by NOFA-NY through the USDA Risk Management Agency, Outreach and Assistance Program and supported by Cornell Sheep and Goat Program.

CONTACT: To pre-register and pay, shop online at tinyurl.com/shopNOFAevents or call Stephanie at 585-271-1979 ext. 509 to make payment. Registration is $10/person and $15/two or more people from the same farm. Pre-registration is encouraged and closes at 4pm on 7/30 (after this, registration will be taken at the event—please arrive 15 minutes early to walk-in register).

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Shiitake Production: From Laying Yard to Market

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Description: Tangled Roots Farm, 300 Stagecoach Rd, Shrewsbury, VT

COST: $15 NOFA-VT members, $30 non-members

In this workshop, Maeve Mangine and Lucas Jackson will lead a tour of their shiitake laying yard during the height of the season, and will cover the basics of production with a focus on harvesting, storage and marketing. Attendees will have the opportunity to practice log inoculation. (Attendees will not be able to remove inoculated logs from the area due to concerns around transporting wood-borne pests.)

CONTACT: Register at www.surveymonkey.com/s/V6T2YPD or contact info@nofavt.org or 802-434-4122 for more information.

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Sunday, August 3, 2014

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Time: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

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Pasture Raised Piglets to Feeders

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Description: Community Farm of Simsbury, 73 Wolcott Road, Simsbury, CT

COST: $20 member or AOLCP, $30 non-member

Learn how to care for heritage breed, pasture raised pigs in a humane manner. From feeding, watering, fencing options, breeding, housing, pasture management and all in between. Farmer Greg is a NOFA Farmer's Pledge farm owning Copper Hill Farm in Somers. Specializing in pastured nitrate free pork products, heirloom vegetables and pastured laying hens, Copper Hill Farm can be found at both the Ellington, Granby and Simsbury Farmers Markets.

CONTACT: Registration: ctnofa.wufoo.com/forms/2014-individual-onfarm-workshop-registration/

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Saturday, August 9, 2014

VT Beef Producers Summer Social

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Description: NEK Processing Plant, 796 Industrial Park, St. Johnsbury, VT, and Springhill Angus Farm, 2867 Maple Hill Rd.,Barton, VT

COST: Free

The Vermont Beef Producers’ Association will be having its Summer Social on Saturday, August 9th at the new federally inspected Northeast Kingdom Processing plant in Lyndonville, VT and the Springhill Angus Farm in Barton, VT. The tour of the plant will start at 9 am with our hosts Scott Oeschger, owner of Springhill Angus and manager Bob Butterfield. The new, 12,000 square foot, state of the art plant is capable of processing 50 cattle and 30-40 pigs a week as well as sheep and goats. With cooler space for aging 100 animals, the plant is equipped with modern equipment able to make burger patties of various sizes, a twist linker for all flavors of sausage and is able to process organic product. The plant also has a retail store which sells beef and pork from local producers. The facility also includes a smokehouse which makes it one of Vermont’s most modern and sophisticated plants capable of all processing needs under one roof.

The plant tour will be followed by a lunch at the Springhill Angus Farm in Barton with guest speaker, UVM Extension Specialist Joe Emenheiser, and a tour of the farm operation with Scott and Bob. This is a great opportunity to visit a very productive beef operation under careful management of a very capable and experienced staff. Bring your family, friends and farm neighbors to see Vermont’s newest and most modern USDA processing plant and enjoy a summer day in the beautiful farming community of Barton.

CONTACT: Please RSVP! Bill Emmons at 802-457-1520 or email vtangus@sover.net .

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Cornell Soil Health Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Description: Cornell University, Emerson Hall, 236 Mann Drive, Ithaca, NY

COST: Full 4-day workshop $325 ($365 after July 15th). While the workshop is intended to be a complete, 4-day experience, optionally, participants may register separately for the following parts of the workshop (Early Bird/Regular Costs): Day 1: Field Trip ($75/$85); Day 1: Networking Dinner with the team at Statler ($39); Days 2-3: all sessions + Wednesday networking dinner included ($175/195); Day 4: Laboratory Practicum ($65/$75)

This intensive training workshop focuses on measuring and improving soil health through holistic, adaptive, and data-driven soil management. The target audience is professionals working with agricultural soil management issues.

The Cornell Soil Health Program has developed cost-effective, publically available methods for soil health testing to assess agronomically and environmentally important soil processes such as aeration, infiltration, water storage, drainage, root growth, disease pressure, biological activity, nutrient storage and release, etc. Specific management recommendations are developed to address quantified soil health constraints, and changes can be monitored over time.

This workshop includes a mix of classroom training, hands-on field and laboratory experience, and opportunities to network with national and international colleagues. Participants will learn about soil health principles, analysis, reporting, interpretation, and management from experts. The workshop includes a field trip to local farms to discuss adopted soil health practices, field assessment of soil health status, and appropriate management options, as well as a lab practicum. While the workshop is intended to be a complete 4-day experience, we are enabling participation in chosen components this year to meet stakeholder needs.

* Day 1, Tues 8/12: Soil Health Applications Field Trip - 8 am - 5:30 pm (followed by networking dinner)
* Day 2, Wed 8/13: Soil Health Basics, Assessment, and Management - 9 am - 5 pm (followed by networking dinner)
* Day 3, Thur 8/14: Soil Health Management Planning and Implementation Frontiers - 8 am - 4:30 pm
* Day 4, Fri 8/15: Cornell Soil Health Laboratory Practicum, 8 am - 5 pm

CONTACT: www.cvent.com/events/2014-cornell-soil-health-train-the-trainer-workshop/event-summary-b037cadb2ddd433bacf1903e4bd01ef8.aspx for more information or to register. 607-255-2177 for more information. REGISTRATION CLOSES JULY 30.

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Summer Grazing School

Time: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Description: Cornucopia Farms, Bethel, VT

COST: $15 NOFA & VGFA members, $30 non-members

Learn the fundamentals for setting up or improving your grazing system. Using practical examples, NOFA-VT Farm Advisor Sarah Flack will discuss how to boost pasture productivity and quality through thoughtful management. We’ll cover identifying forage species and weeds, choosing the right stocking density and grazing method, fencing and watering systems, pasture design and layout, calculating dry matter intake, and more.

About the Presenter: Sarah Flack has a diverse background in sustainable agriculture, which includes both on-farm and academic experience. She is nationally known for her public speaking, workshops, books and numerous articles on a range of agricultural topics. Sarah has been an independent organic inspector since the mid 1990's, and she has helped many farms successfully convert to new farming systems.

CONTACT: Register at www.surveymonkey.com/s/V6T2YPD or contact info@nofavt.org or 802-434-4122 for more information.

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Cornell Soil Health Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Cornell Soil Health Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Time: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Friday, August 15, 2014

Cornell Soil Health Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Making the Most of Your Forages: Annuals, Irrigation, Cow Health

Time: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Description: Fournier Farms, 101 Campbell Bay Rd., Swanton, VT

COST: $20, includes lunch

Earl Fournier transitioned to organic dairy in 2004. In this workshop he'll share forage production tips and health management strategies. Earl and Dr. Heather Darby, UVM Agronomist, will cover how summer annuals and irrigation can get you through the summer slump. This workshop was organized in collaboration with UVM Extension's Northwest Crop and Soils Program.

Lunch will be provided by the NOFA mobile wood-fired oven.

Workshop will run rain or shine.

CONTACT: Register at www.surveymonkey.com/s/V6T2YPD or contact info@nofavt.org or 802-434-4122 for more information.

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Avian Anatomy and How to Perform a Necropsy

Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Description: Online webinar at connect.extension.iastate.edu/poultry

COST: Free

If you have a chicken die, you can perform your own necropsy (animal version of an autopsy). Dr. David Frame will be discussing avian anatomy so you know what the insides should look like and how to perform your own necropsy. David D. Frame is an associate professor in the Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences Department at Utah State University, specializing in poultry diseases and production management. Dr. Frame currently serves as the USU Extension Poultry Specialist with an additional assignment as poultry diagnostician for the Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. He also actively participates in providing community education classes in backyard poultry raising. Before beginning a professional career in poultry, Dr. Frame extensively bred and showed exhibition chickens.

CONTACT: More information at learn.extension.org/events/1484#.U7wSlLG4N34

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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Soils, Foliar Sprays & Nutrient Dense Forages

Time: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Description: Butterworks Farm, Trumpass Road, Westfield, VT

COST: $20, includes lunch from the NOFA-VT wood-fred pizza oven

Jack and Anne Lazor have been growing organic forages for their Jersey cows since 1976. Through careful soil management and foliar feeding, they've incrased their forage feed value to the point where it supports milk production with minimal supplementary grain. UVM Agronomist Dr. Heather Darby will join Jack Lazor to lead a farm tour, share strategies for increasing the energy and photosynthetic capacity of your crops, and demonstrate blending and applying your own "chicken soup for the soil”. This workshop was organized in collaboration with UVM Extension's Northwest Crop and Soils Program.

CONTACT: More information and registration are available here: www.uvm.edu/extension/agriculture/news-events/?Page=summer-series.html. Or contact NOFA at 802-434-4122 or info@nofavt.org with any questions.

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Crop Diversification, "Hay in a Day", Robotic Milkers, & Grazing

Time: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Description: North Hardwick Dairy, 2703 Bridgman Hill Rd., Hardwick, VT

COST: $20, includes lunch from NOFA-VT's wood-fired pizza oven

At North Hardwick Dairy, the Meyers are continually exploring ways to improve. At this workshop we will discuss their crop diversification and "hay in a day" system. Dr. Heather Darby, UVM Agronomist, will cover related research and on-farm trials. In the afternoon Sarah Flack, NOFA-VT Farm Advisor, will lead a pasture walk with the Meyers discussing how intensive grazing fits in with their new robotic milker. This workshop was organized in collaboration with UVM Extension's Northwest Crop and Soils Program.

CONTACT: More information and registration are available here: www.uvm.edu/extension/agriculture/news-events/?Page=summer-series.html. Or contact NOFA at 802-434-4122 or info@nofavt.org with any questions.

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