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Summer 2016

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Cornell Small Farms Update
Cornell Small Farms Update

Business Management
Successful Farm Succession, by John H. Lavelle

Community and World
Making Connections Through Soil Health, by Jena Buckwell

Farm Safety
Northeast Ag Safety & Health Coalition Meets for their Second Annual Meeting, by James Carrabba

Grazing
Incorporating Forage Brassicas into a Grazing System, by Dr. Leanne Dillard

High Tunnels
Old Order Farmer has Ivy League Role,  by R.J. Anderson

Livestock and Poultry
Pig Production Grows Quickly,  by Jo E. Prout

New and Beginning Farmers
Farmers Should Know Their Responsibilities, Workers Their Rights, by Elizabeth Henderson
Know Your Costs, by Krati Pachori

Resource Spotlight
Certified Naturally Grown Offers Mushroom Certification Program, by Alice Varon
Cornell Crop and Pest Management Guidelines
“One Stop Shop”- Starting a New York Winery, by Jesse Strzock

Soil Health
A Vegetable Farm Covered in Green, by Brian Caldwell
Crucifer Cover Crops for Small Farms, by Thomas Bjorkman

Stewardship and Nature
Bloom Where You’re Planted, by Brenna Toman
Climate Smart Farming, by Jonathan Lambert

Social Structures
DIY Farm Fixes: Conflict, by Claudia Kenny

Youth Page
A Frosty Night from a Young Farmer’s Perspective, by Lianna Bonacorsi