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November 18, 2012

Farm briefs: Nov. 18, 2012

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Cornell University Beef Extension Specialist Dr. Michael J. Baker will provide information on feeder cattle grading and a price survey update and answer producers’ questions. 

The program will help farmers take a feed inventory and estimate how much feed they will need through the 2012-2013 winter. Farmers are encouraged to bring information on the types of feed, number of bales, and other feeding program details to the meeting.

There is a $5 program fee. Register with the local Extension office: Clinton County, Peter Hagar, 561-7450, phh7@cornell.edu; Essex County, Linda Gillilland, 962-4810, Ext. 416, llg46@cornell.edu; and Franklin County, Diane Dumont, 483-7403, drd9@cornell.edu.

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