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NC FarmLink NC State Extension

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2 hours agoNC State Extension does not guarantee the accuracy of the translated text. Please note that some applications and/or services may not function as expected when translated. Estoy de Acuerdo / I agree Collapse . For timely guidance and resources, visit: covid19.ces.ncsu.edu.

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About NC State Extension ncfarmlink.ces.ncsu.edu

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8 hours agoAbout Extension. NC State Extension is the largest outreach program at NC State University. Based in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, we reach millions of North Carolina citizens each year through local centers in the state's 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

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Resources and Guides North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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8 hours agoNC Farm Link NC FarmLink is a program of NC State Extension that connects farmers, landowners, and service providers across North Carolina, helping to grow the state’s agriculture industry. NC FarmLink maintains databases of available farmland and farmers looking for land, and works with landowners and farmers to ensure an appropriate and

Link: https://union.ces.ncsu.edu/resources-and-guides/

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COVID19: Nursery Crops Resources NC State Extension

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1. USDA COVID-19-Federal Rural Resource Guide USDA and its Federal partners have programs that can be used to provide immediate and long-term assistance to rural communities affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. These programs can support recovery efforts for rural residents, businesses and communities through: • Technical, training, and management assistance; • Financial assistance; and • State and local assistance. Department of Labor and Health and Human Services Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act addresses debt relief, low-interest loans, and counseling resources to adapt to the crisis. Centers for Disease Control Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to COVID-19 U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) CISA_Guidance_on_the_Essential_Critical_Infrastructure_Workforce_Version_2.0_Updated

Link: https://nurserycrops.ces.ncsu.edu/covid-19-nursery-crops-resources/

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Farmlink Programs in NC Join Forces! NC State Extension

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2 hours agoAbout NC FarmLink: NC Farmlink connects farmers, landowners, and service providers in North Carolina as a free land access web tool co-managed by the Center for Environmental Farming Systems and WNC Farmlink. It is collaboratively managed and supported by a network of partners across the state. For more information, visit: ncfarmlink.org.

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Link: https://newcropsorganics.ces.ncsu.edu/2017/01/farmlink-programs-in-nc-join-forces/

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Extension Programs NC State Extension Local Food NC

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8 hours agoClicking on the translation link activates a free translation service to convert the page to Spanish. As with any Internet translation, the conversion is not context-sensitive and may not translate the text to its original meaning. NC State Extension does not …

Link: https://localfood.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/10/extension-programs/

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Civil Rights NC State Extension Evaluation NC State

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5 hours agoDiversity is critical to NC State’s mission. New perspectives deepen our understanding, strengthen our community and propel our innovation. NC State values diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. Diverse viewpoints, experiences and perspectives better our lives, and they are essential to NC State’s mission. North Carolina Cooperative Extension is committed to the value of diversity

Link: https://evaluation.ces.ncsu.edu/civil-rights/

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County Extension Resources NC State Extension

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1. A number of training resources for county based Extension employees and volunteers are available that cover the required components for non-discrimination In federally assisted programs. All employees and volunteers are required to have an understanding of our responsibilities under federal civil rights law. Training Resources

Link: https://evaluation.ces.ncsu.edu/civil-rights/civil-rights-resources/

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Cattle College Series North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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9 hours agoClass 1: Beef Cattle Nutrition N.C. Cooperative Extension of Chatham County and Southern States of Siler City are teaming up to put on FOUR Cattle College Classes in 2020! The first class is on Beef Cattle Nutrition. Come learn about supplementing your cows through the winter, feeding minerals, hay selection, and grazing management. This is a

Link: https://chatham.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/12/cattle-college-series/

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Our Commitment to Diversity NC State Extension

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5 hours agoN.C. Cooperative Extension and our respective partner institutions are committed to diversity, equal opportunity and non-discrimination. This commitment extends to all faculty and staff employment decisions, as well as providing open and inclusive access to every North Carolinian seeking to participate in our programs and activities. Under Title VI and Title XII of the 1964 Civil

Link: https://www.ces.ncsu.edu/diversity/

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Economic Contribution Data NC State Extension

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1. directly contributed $18.5 billion in output and employed 70,300 people, with a payroll of $3.8 billion;
2. directly generated $912 million in local, state, and federal taxes;
3. contributed $10.9 billion to gross state product;
4. had a total contribution, which included direct, indirect, and induced effects, of $29.4 billion in industry output to the North Carolina economy, supporting over 145,000 full- and part-time jobs w...

Link: https://forestry.ces.ncsu.edu/economic-impact-data/

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New Extension Resources North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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3 hours agoWhile the gathering restrictions associated with COVID-19 may have put a damper on face to face Cooperative Extension programming, the staff in Currituck has been hard at work developing innovative ways to share educational information. Below is a review of the resources created, where you can find them, and a little preview of what is

Link: https://currituck.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/08/new-extension-resources/

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Solar Leases: Clearing Matters of Title During Solar

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12.29.2355 hours ago

1. The decision to permit development of an industrial scale solar photovoltaic (PV) facility on your land can bring great financial rewards for decades, even across generations. A long-term solar lease term – with extensions – can extend to near forty-five years, with a net present value exceeding $1,000,000.Solar PV facility development in North Carolina has outpaced much of the nation over the past decade, and such sites can be found on numerous parcels across rural North Carolina. Given financial returns far greater than any other land use and the long-term decision presented in term rental value, landowners should have a basic understanding of whether their land is suitable for development of such an opportunity. Due to changes in North Carolina law in 2017, solar PV facilities are now larger and less geographically dispersed, providing opportunity for fewer landowners, and favoring those owners with large landholdings. (As evident below, due diligence title resolution comes at lo...

Link: https://farmlaw.ces.ncsu.edu/solar-leases-clearing-matters-of-title-during-solar-developer-due-diligence/

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Mitchell Livestock North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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9 hours agoClicking on the translation link activates a free translation service to convert the page to Spanish. As with any Internet translation, the conversion is not context-sensitive and may not translate the text to its original meaning. NC State Extension does not guarantee the accuracy of the translated text.

Link: https://mitchell.ces.ncsu.edu/mitchell-livestock/

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Reproduction NC State Extension

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2 hours agoImpact of Sow Transition Diet, Genetic Line on Reproduction Study explores promising sow transition technologies with farrowing duration and piglet characteristics. Mark Knauer, Zack Peppmeier, and Carson Gilleland, North Carolina State University December 3, 2020 Lactation Feed Evaluating sow transition diets, defined as diets fed in late gestation and/or early lactation, have recently

Link: https://swine.ces.ncsu.edu/reproduction-2/

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NC Farm School : Keeping It in the Family NC State Extension

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2 hours agoNC Farm School is a key resource for those who are seeking to keep land in farm production. For many people farming is a part of what drives them and this is important to Ken and Dennis Daniel. Keeping the farm as a part of their family’s legacy is a key ingredient in their mission to

Link: https://ncfarmschool.ces.ncsu.edu/2018/11/nc-farm-school-keeping-it-in-the-family/

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Going GlutenFree North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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5 hours agoGluten-free diets tend to be low in fiber, iron, folate, niacin, thiamine, riboflavin, calcium, vitamin B12, phosphorus and zinc. If a gluten intolerance is preventing you from eating foods that contain gluten, there are plenty of naturally gluten-free options. According to the Celiac Disease Foundation, fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, dairy

Link: https://jackson.ces.ncsu.edu/2015/11/going-gluten-free/

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Raw Milk: Branan and Day Present on Cow Sharing Agreements

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6 hours agoAndrew Branan, Extension Assistant Professor with the NC State University Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, along with Marti Day, Extension Dairy Specialist, gave a brief presentation regarding North Carolina’s de facto permission to dispense unpasteurized milk under a cow-sharing agreement. The presentation, delivered at Carolina Farm Stewardship Association’s Annual

Link: https://farmlaw.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/02/branan-and-day-present-on-cow-sharing-agreements/

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2017 Agricultural Census Data NC State Extension

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3 hours agoAverage farm income is $43,053. A total of 43.6 percent of farms had positive net cash farm income in 2017. Ninety-six percent of farms and ranches are family owned. Farms with Internet access rose from 69.6 percent in 2012 to 75.4 percent in 2017. A total of 133,176 farms and ranches use renewable energy producing systems, more than double the

Link: https://ipm.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/04/2017-agricultural-census-data/

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Homeowner Well and Septic Workshop North Carolina

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4 hours agoN.C. Cooperative Extension and the Chatham County Department of Environmental Health present a free online webinar on the use and maintenance of home septic systems and wells on November 17, 2020 (6:00–8:00 p.m.). The course will be conducted as a live webinar via Zoom. See this link for Zoom system requirements. Webinar Agenda Homeowners of Septic Systems James Tiger, On-Site

Link: https://chatham.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/10/homeowner-well-and-septic-workshop-2/

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State and Federal Resources for Small Businesses NC

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3 hours agoThere are many things to consider and learn when developing a small business: regulations, laws, legalities, and more. Below are state and federal resources, specific to small businesses, that may help answer many of the questions that arise when starting up. State Resources Small Business and Technology Development Center A business development service of The University of North Carolina …

Link: https://foodbusiness.ces.ncsu.edu/state-and-federal-resources-for-small-businesses/

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Welcome to the Extension COVID19 Resources Portal NC

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8 hours agoAt NC State Extension, we extend research-based knowledge to all North Carolinians, helping them transform science into everyday solutions that improve their lives and grow our state. That’s our mission, and we’ll continue to deliver on it throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever, there’s a need for timely, trustworthy information and resources.

Link: https://covid19.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/03/welcome-to-the-extension-covid-19-resources-portal/

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Cabarrus County Voluntary Agricultural District North

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8 hours agoWhat are Voluntary Agricultural Districts? In 1985, North Carolina passed the Farmland Preservation Enabling Act authorizing counties to establish programs directed at the protection and preservation of farmland. This included the establishment of agricultural districts. Cabarrus County adopted a Voluntary Farmland Preservation Ordinance in 2005 with the purpose of promoting preservation of

Link: https://cabarrus.ces.ncsu.edu/cabarrus-county-voluntary-agricultural-district/

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Catawba County Livestock Program North Carolina

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7 hours agoCatawba County Forage Demonstration Site. Program Vision: Provide educational programming and consultation to help producers of cattle and forage increase profitability through improved management and product marketing. Provide educational programming for youth to learn life skills using livestock. Program Goal: Improve productivity of pasture

Link: https://catawba.ces.ncsu.edu/about-our-livestock-program/

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Voluntary Agricultural District and Enhanced Voluntary

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3 hours agoThe purpose of the Agricultural District Program is to encourage the preservation and protection of farmland from non-farm development. This is in recognition of the importance of agriculture to the economic and social well being of North Carolina. In Chapter 106, Article 61 of the North Carolina General Statutes, the North Carolina General Assembly authorized counties

Link: https://franklin.ces.ncsu.edu/2017/08/voluntary-agricultural-district-and-enhanced-voluntary-agricultural-district-program/

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Announcing July Extension Extended Virtual Programming

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2 hours agoThe Cooperative Extension Program at N.C. A&T State University has put together another virtual programming series for July 2020. For all sessions, join us at Zoom.com and insert the Zoom Meeting ID indicated for the session you would like to attend. Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at 11 a.m.: “Financial Literacy: Teaching Your Teens” Presented by Shameca Battle, Extension

Link: https://montgomery.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/07/announcing-july-extension-extended-virtual-programming-series/

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Understanding Fertilizer Values for Better Results North

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7 hours agoUnderstanding Fertilizer Values for Better Results. With spring comes a list of outdoor resolutions and many have to do with lawn and garden projects that require some basic knowledge of fertilization. All values in the fertilizer industry are based on 100 pounds, explains Duplin/Sampson Area Horticulture Extension Agent Tom Hroza.

Link: https://duplin.ces.ncsu.edu/2015/04/understanding-fertilizer-values-for-better-results/

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Small Grains Field Day Goes Virtual NC State Extension

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3 hours agoNC State Extension hosted its first-ever Small Grains Virtual Field Day on March 18, 2020. Our specialists were scheduled to hold a field day at the Piedmont Research Station in Salisbury, but the program was adapted to promote social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic while still serving the farmers and agribusinesses that depend on NC State University’s expertise and research.

Link: https://covid19.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/03/small-grains-field-day-goes-virtual/

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New Beehive Grant North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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2 hours agoThe request for proposals includes $25,000 for beehive projects on a first-come, first-served basis to eligible recipients. “The new beehive grants will further support family farms in North Carolina,” said Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler. “NCDA&CS is committed to conserving working lands throughout our great state and enhancing

Link: https://nash.ces.ncsu.edu/2017/10/new-beehive-grant/

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75th Annual McDowell County Junior Livestock Show North

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828-652-81048 hours agoEntry deadline is Friday, August 6th. You can access show rules, schedule and online entry form below. Show Rules and Information. Show Schedule. Online Entry Form. If you have any questions about the show contact Tom Devine, Ag and Natural Resources, Extension Agent at 828-652-8104 or at [email protected]

Link: https://mcdowell.ces.ncsu.edu/2021/06/75th-annual-mcdowell-county-junior-livestock-show/

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Moore County Farm Tour Goes Virtual North Carolina

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1 hours agoKiko Goats In what has become an annual farm tour, the 2021 Moore County Farm Tour, planned and organized by Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers (EMGV), will be held virtually. The tour allows people to connect with farmers and gain first-hand knowledge of the contributions farmers make to our collective well-being and to the local economy.

Link: https://moore.ces.ncsu.edu/2021/05/moore-county-farm-tour-goes-virtual/

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Forest Landowner Management Tips for April NC State

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1 hours agoForest Landowners have a great opportunity to exercise social distancing while getting out on their land and connecting with it. Here are a few tips for landowners to consider during the month of April. Tree killed using hack and squirt technique Tax season has been extended so for many landowners this can be a great time to

Link: https://forestry.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/03/forest-landowner-management-tips-for-april/

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Growing a Successful Garlic Crop North Carolina

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9 hours agoTo plant, prepare the soil and separate individual cloves, but leave the on the wrapper. Plant cloves point-up, 2” deep. A common planting pattern is a 4” x 4” grid, but generally, cloves should be spaced 2-6” apart. Garlic is a poor competitor with weeds, so plan to weed beds often to achieve a good garlic yield.

Link: https://wilkes.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/10/growing-a-successful-garlic-crop/

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Land Utilization and Heirs Property: Standing on a Lot of

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6 hours agoSaturday, September 4, 2021 Virtual Session 9–10:30 a.m., EST Please join N.C. Cooperative Extension of Nash County’s Community and Rural Development program, in partnership with NC State Extension Forestry for this virtual session. This session will provide information on land utilization and heirs property, including issues and legal challenges.

Link: https://nash.ces.ncsu.edu/2021/08/land-utilization-and-heirs-property-standing-on-a-lot-of-love/

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Is Hemp the Same Thing as Marijuana? NC State Extension

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Just NowClicking on the translation link activates a free translation service to convert the page to Spanish. As with any Internet translation, the conversion is not context-sensitive and may not translate the text to its original meaning. NC State Extension does not …

Link: https://hemp.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/02/is-hemp-the-same-thing-as-marijuana/

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Grants Support Farm Innovation NC State Extension

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1 hours agoOver the past six years, nearly 250 family farms have gotten a kick-start from NC AgVentures for their efforts to increase profits through new and innovative agricultural projects. NC AgVentures is an NC State Extension grant program designed to strengthen families and communities that depend on agriculture. It awards grants to help farm operators and groups working

Link: https://agventures.ces.ncsu.edu/2021/04/grants-support-farm-innovation/

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There Is No New Water! North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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(704)-324-92177 hours agoThe day will consist of fun activities for families to participate in including a stream walk, environmental science 4-H activity, gardening project, Tree ID Hike, and ecoExplore nature hunt. If you are interested in registering or have questions, contact Educational Specialist Breanna Walker at [email protected] or (704)-324-9217.

Link: https://union.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/08/there-is-no-new-water/

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4H Citizenship NC Focus Goes Virtual North Carolina

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6 hours agoScotland County 4-H is happy to announce the 2020 Citizenship NC Focus will continue and will be coming to you…virtually. Citizenship NC Focus is a three day event in which youth, ages 13-18 learn ways to use their voice to create change for themselves, their families and their communities. This year’s conference will continue with that

Link: https://scotland.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/05/4-h-citizenship-nc-focus-goes-virtual/

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Beef Cattle Field Day North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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1 hours agoFree Entry. Hickory American Legion Fairgrounds Trade Show opens at 9 a.m. with Presentations beginning at 10 a.m. Complimentary BBQ lunch served at noon. Live Cattle Demonstrations : Feeder Calf Grading and Cattle Handling. Speakers : Animal Health, Livestock Marketing, Feed, and Mineral Program, Cull Cow Decisions and How to Receive Extra

Link: https://catawba.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/11/beef-cattle-field-day-2/

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Message From Dean Linton NC State Extension

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6 hours agoProcessing the Meaning and Value of the George Floyd Murder Trial. When: April 29, noon–1:30 p.m. For additional support, I encourage you to take advantage of the resources NC State University provides for our students, faculty, and staff if needed: Thank you for your continued commitment to the mission of this college, and for your care and

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Grants, Plants, & Webinars! North Carolina Cooperative

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Just NowDrop off of produce and meat products will be every Tuesday from 9 a.m.–3 p.m. at the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Madison County office, located at 258 Carolina Lane, Marshall, NC 28753. Please contact Rebecca Bradley or Elizabeth Ayers with any questions: [email protected] or …

Link: https://madison.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/04/grants-plants-webinars/

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2021 Southern Regional 4H Horse Championships Results

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Just Now2021 Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championships Results The NC 4-H Horse Program was well represented across all divisions at the recent Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championships that were held in Perry, GA. Twenty-eight exhibitors represented North Carolina in the horse show and eighteen North Carolina 4-H’ers competed in the educational contests. 2021 Southern Regionals …

Link: https://equinehusbandry.ces.ncsu.edu/2021/08/2021-southern-regional-4-h-horse-championships-results/

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Growing Blackberries and Raspberries the Basics North

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3 hours agoThe term Brambles is commonly used to describe certain members of the rose family which includes plants in the Genus Rubus that typically have thorns and produce edible fruit. Blackberries and raspberries are the “poster” berries of the brambles now re-coined “Caneberries.” many of which are native and grow in the wild while others such as

Link: https://macon.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/02/growing-blackberries-and-raspberries-the-basics/

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Seeking a Farmer to Tend Land? Land to Tend? Find NC

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6 hours agoLandowners seeking farmers to tend land or farmers seeking new farmlands to tend should strongly consider developing a profile on NC FarmLink. The goal of this web resource is to keep working farmland productive and provide options to landowners. NC FarmLInk is a robust online database where landowners and farm seekers can have individual profiles

Link: https://craven.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/12/seeking-a-farmer-to-tend-land-land-to-tend-find-nc-farmlink/

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CPAs and Accountants NC State Extension

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7 hours agoThis page contains resources about CPAs and accountants that work with growers, processors, retailers, or others in the hemp industry in North Carolina. The insurance company page is posted for your information and research purposes. Neither NC State Extension, the NC Industrial Hemp Commission, nor the N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA&CS) endorses

Link: https://hemp.ces.ncsu.edu/cpas-and-accountants/

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Summer Internship Available in McDowell North Carolina

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8 hours agoNorth Carolina Cooperative Extension – McDowell County Center will have a summer internship available. The intern will provide support in the Local Food Systems Program area. The primary focus will be engaging with NC Farmers of the Foothills, a budding cooperative, to develop and maintain an online storefront. Other duties include assisting in planning and

Link: https://mcdowell.ces.ncsu.edu/2021/01/summer-internship-available-in-mcdowell/

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Does Anyone in Currituck Raise Livestock? North Carolina

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Just NowCurrituck did produce quite a bit of livestock at one time. In the very early days, nearly everyone had a backyard flock of chickens or a few hogs or cattle. At one time, Currituck was home to the first multi-story chicken house in North Carolina and back in …

Link: https://currituck.ces.ncsu.edu/2017/04/does-anyone-raise-livestock-in-currituck/

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Create a Family Storytime That Is Uniquely Cherokee

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828-359-69366 hours agoIf you would like more opportunities to enjoy Cherokee storytelling, please join us for our 4-H Family Cultural Circle, Tuesdays at 1 p.m. on Zoom. Contact Sally Dixon at [email protected] or 828-359-6936 for more information! People in the south …

Link: https://ebci.ces.ncsu.edu/2020/04/create-a-family-storytime-that-is-uniquely-cherokee/

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