Event Details

Date

January 31 - February 21, 2020

Time

1-3 pm

Location

CCE Madison County
120 Eaton St
Morrisville, NY 13408

Cost

$100.00


Host

Central New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops

Pre-Registration Deadline: January 27, 2020

QuickBooks for Farmers and Growers

January 31 - February 21, 2020


QuickBooks is the most used bookkeeping software for small businesses. We'll review:
  • Basic accounting concepts and reports
  • How to set up a chart of accounts to fit your operation
  • Invoicing and cash receipts
  • Recording and paying purchases and expenses
  • Reconciling accounts
  • Production and analysis of financial statements
All in a small group setting allowing plenty of time for interaction and questions.
 
Know how much money your business makes with clear reports and dashboards:
  • Track details, expenses and income - all in one place
  • See your profitability - clearly and quickly
Laptops with QuickBooks 2018 installed will be provided for training if you do not have your own (sorry, no Apple or Internet based QuickBooks).

Cost is $100 per farm, with a limit of two attendees per farm.

 
Space is limited, so register now. Payment required to reserve spot.
 
SCORE is proud to present this workshop in conjunction with Cornell Cooperative Extension Madison County.

For more information, contact CCE Herkimer County at 315-866-7920.

Note: When registering online, your transaction may take up to 60 seconds to complete. To help avoid duplicate payments, please wait and do not click the "Register for Event" button more than once.

If you receive a "blank" registration confirmation, please email herkimer@cornell.edu and we will email you the correct confirmation.

Please call 315.866.7920 if you have any questions.


Quickbooks Jan-Feb (PDF; 886KB)


Dairy

Dairy

Livestock

Livestock

Forages

Forages

Grains

Grains

calendar of events

Upcoming Events

QuickBooks for Farmers and Growers

January 31 - February 21, 2020
1-3 pm
Morrisville, NY

Hands on classes for learning and using QuickBooks for farming operations. Save accounting and bookkeeping time (and money).

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Crop Risk Management Series for New and Beginning Farmers~Cooperstown

February 25 - March 3, 2020
6-8 pm
Cooperstown, NY

The CNY Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team is hosting a 2-part mini series designed to teach producers about the importance of managing risk on their farm enterprise.
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CANCELLED! Crop Risk Management Series for New and Beginning Farmers~Morrisville

February 26 - March 4, 2020
6-8 pm
Morrisville, NY

The CNY Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team is hosting a 2-part mini series designed to teach producers about the importance of managing risk on their farm enterprise.

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Announcements

NYS Dept. of Ag & Markets Announces Grant Opportunities

New York State Announces two Grant Opportunities to Help New York Farmers Protect Soil and Water Quality.  $19 Million Will be Provided through the State's Climate Resilient Farming Grant Program and the Agricultural Non-Point Source Abatement and Control Program. Deadlines are in March and April.  See the full article at: https://agriculture.ny.gov/news/new-york-state-announces-two-grant-opportunities-help-new-york-farmers-protect-soil-and-water

The USDA National Scrapie Eradication Program Needs Our Help!

The USDA is currently seeking producers to let them sample mature sheep, 14 months of age to 6 years of age, for scrapie disease at slaughter or when an animal is found dead, euthanized, or slaughtered on the farm. The sampling involves taking the obex (brain stem) and a lymph node from the head. The USDA needs to increase the number of samples to maintain a minimum number so New York State remains in "consistent status". If New York State does not reach this minimum there will be severe consequences for our state. As an incentive to producers, the USDA is offering free scrapie tags to producers who have at least one eligible sheep sample. If you can provide such sampling opportunities, please contact Shelley Vitela: Shelley Vitela, Animal Health Technician, New York, Phone: 607-201-8962 Email: Shelley.R.Vitela@usda.gov 500 New Karner Road, Albany, NY 12205


The Utica Observer Dispatch article published 1/5/2020

NY FarmNet and NYCAMH resources are highlighted in this article.

https://www.uticaod.com/news/20200105/local-farmers-combat-depression-amid-industry-stressors


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