March 3, 2013

Advances made in ag education


As technology evolves and agricultural education evolves with it, farmers will continue to have improved access to cutting-edge information. Whether it is new production methods, business management tips or weather forecasts, more and more farmers will be using new technology to access and utilize information to be more successful. For help navigating this new information frontier, the local extension office will still be here to offer personal assistance and the occasional fact sheet.

For more information on these and other programs currently being offered, you can contact me at 561-7450 or email

Peter Hagar, agriculture program educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension Clinton County, 6064 Rt. 22, Plattsburgh, 12901. Call 561-7450.

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