Sponsorship

Participating Extension Associations
For information on other agricultural related issues contact:

CCE Chenango County
99 North Broad St
Norwich, NY  13815
607-334-5841

CCE Fulton & Montgomery Counties
50 East Main Street
Canajoharie, NY  13317
518-673-5525

CCE Herkimer County
5657 State Rte 5
Herkimer, NY  13350
315-866-7920

CCE Madison County
100 Eaton St
PO Bos 1209
Morrisville, NY 13408
315-684-3001

CCE Saratoga County
West High St.
Ballston Spa, NY  12020
518-885-8995

CCE Schoharie & Otsego Counties
173 South Grand St
Cobleskill, NY  12043
518-234-4303
and
123 Lake St
Cooperstown, NY  13326
607-547-2536


Event Sponsorship Opportunities



Potential Events

Currently we do not have any potential events for sponsorship.


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Upcoming Events

Beef Quality Assurance

August 8 - August 11, 2022

Online Classroom Training and Chute-side Trainings.  Choose which chute-side training to attend.

Beef Quality Assurance is a nationwide certification program to help ensure a safe, wholesome and quality beef product for consumers.

Topics covered include cattle nutrition, handling and vaccine protocols.

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CCE Livestock Program Work Team

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Final Dairy Farm Business Summary and Analysis Program Progress Report 2021

The fourth and final DFBS Progress Report for 2021 summarizes the progress made from 2020 to 2021 for 136 participating farms.

Find the report here.

As farm businesses across New York analyze their financial performance by utilizing the Dairy Farm Business Summary and Analysis Program that is supported by Cornell University, Cornell Cooperative Extension, and PRO-DAIRY, the changes that occurred from 2020 to 2021 can be reviewed. An important purpose of management is to compare how your farm changed from one year to the next, how this compares to your business goals, and how this compares to the industry. Understanding what changes occurred and determining why they changed can help in preparation for making business improvements in 2022.

The report consists of five sections:
- Average of all farms (136 farms)
- Less than 500 cows (34 farms)
- 500 to 999 cows (32 farms)
- 1,000 to 1,499 cows (37 farms)
- 1,500 cows and greater (33 farms)

Highlights from the progress report
- Labor efficiency improved in 2021, with a 2.3 percent increase in cows per worker and a 4.9 percent increase in pounds of milk sold per worker. Hired labor costs per worker equivalent also increased 5.1 percent.
- Gross milk price per cwt increased 7 percent from $18.56 in 2020 to $19.77 in 2021.
- Hay dry matter tons per acre and corn silage tons per acres increased 19 percent and 5 percent respectively. This contributed to the increase of accrual crop receipts of 203 percent from 2020.