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Making It In Michigan Conference and Trade Show returned to in-person format for 2023
Published on April 21, 2023
MSU Product Center hosted the 14th annual conference on April 20, 2023, at the Lansing Center.
Tips for bringing baby chicks home
Published on April 12, 2023
Bringing home new chicks can be exciting and here are some tips to make sure your chicks get off to the best start!
Soil testing returns through MSU Extension!
Published on April 4, 2023
MSU Extension launches new soil testing program for home gardeners and commercial growers.
Producing a Value-Added Product on the Farm Series
Published on March 13, 2023
Producing a value-added product on your farm can be a great way to generate additional revenue. The information on this sheet may help you decide if adding a product is right for your farm business and take you through the major steps involved.
The Anatomy of a Soil Test Report
Published on March 9, 2023
A summary of how to understand a soil test report to help you best understand and analyze the results to make effective farm management and soil fertility decisions.
Field Crops Virtual Breakfast series to kick off new growing season March 30, 2023
Published on March 8, 2023
This free weekly series for farmers and agribusinesses focuses on a wide array of relevant field crop pest and crop management topics during the growing season.
Third annual MI Ag Ideas to Grow With virtual conference focuses on food and animal production
Published on January 19, 2023
The MI Ag Ideas to Grow With virtual conference offers an array of free educational sessions on food and animal production from February 27 through March 10.
Winter animal care: Tips to keeping your animals healthy and happy during winter months
Published on January 18, 2023
Being prepared during cold, winter weather will help your livestock winter a little easier.
Cold weather preparation for small and hobby flocks
Published on January 6, 2023
Tips for managing small flocks during the colder months.
A Field Guide To Soil Sampling
Published on October 13, 2022
Soil sampling is a foundational step to make effective farm management and soil fertility decisions. This step-by-step field guide is a summary of best practices and recommendations for composite soil sampling to help you do just that.
Eggs and poultry are safe to eat, despite news of avian influenza
Published on March 3, 2022
Proper handling and cooking ensures food safety.
Compost handling in agriculture systems: Right-to-Farm coverage of on-farm compost production
Published on March 2, 2022
Part six of a six-part series on compost utilization and management on farms.
Protect your small or backyard flock from diseases such as highly contagious avian influenza
Published on February 25, 2022
Learn biosecurity basics to keep your birds healthy.
Identify the signs of highly contagious avian influenza in your small or backyard flock
Published on February 25, 2022
Learn the symptoms of HPAI and strategies to keep your birds healthy.
Compost handling in agriculture systems: Land application
Published on February 19, 2022
Part five of a six-part series on compost utilization and management on farms.
Compost handling in agriculture systems: compost transfer and equipment calibration
Published on February 14, 2022
Part four of a six-part series on compost utilization and management on farms.
Compost handling in agriculture systems: Appropriate storage options
Published on February 8, 2022
Part three of a six-part series on compost utilization and management on farms.
Compost handling in agriculture systems: Disease-suppressing and growth-promoting composts
Published on January 14, 2022
Part two of a six-part series on compost utilization and management on farms.
Compost handling in agriculture systems: How is compost made?
Published on January 12, 2022
Part one of a six-part series on compost utilization and management on farms.
Beginning farmers, We’ve got news for you!
Published on June 11, 2021
New and beginning farmers can sign up to receive a new monthly newsletter catered to their needs.